The Canadian singer songwriter delivers lush, soul-warming lo-fi indie pop that uses ’80s synths to create dreamy soundscapes. He’s signed onto Montreal’s Arbutus Records, also home to the likes of Grimes and TOPS.
The Nashville via Houston artist makes her Manchester debut and is set to perform her gentle and breezy folk-tinged indie pop that isn’t afraid to explore the melancholy as well as the jovial. She released her EP Juniper last year and is currently working on her first album.
After nearly 10 years as a band, the Seattle indie rockers recently released their fourth self-titled album which sees a personal, nostalgic and introspective side following a brief hiatus last year.
The Chicago trio’s debut release Water is somewhat of a break up album – all the more significant with it being between the two singers of the band. They make lo-fi, hazy, reverb-drenched surf rock that is often delivered in raucous live shows.
Bringing ’90s inspired indie rock with catchy pop melodies drawing on the likes of Pixies, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Beck; the Amsterdam band write songs about youthfulness and growing up which can be heard on their debut Fool For The Vibes.
Leeds is represented in a co-headline show from Team Picture who craft a sound that blend alt rock, fuzzy psychedelia and synths; and electro punk project Straight Girl whose lyrics explore mental health, injustice and identity.
Formed by high school friends in Minnesota, the band deliver a blend of country, pop and psychedelia and their new album Can You Really Find Me provide warm and breezy vibes.
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