**This event has been postponed to Friday 26th March 2021. All tickets remain valid. If you can’t make it to the new date, refunds are available at point of purchase**
Myriam Adams are an alternative pop band formed by Freddie Hammond, Ethan Forde, Archie Shanahan and frontman Jacques Hete. They provide arena friendly catchy tunes with an extra touch of edge and personality. Their influences range from bubblegum pop to punk and they have been quoted as rebellious and genre stereotype breakers.
Within their first year of being together they have already attracted the attention of BBC Introducing that have played several of their tracks,accumulated over 35,000 streams on Spotify alone, played several festivals such as the main stage at Godiva and sold out headline shows.
So far, they have released 2 singles from their upcoming EP titled “Sexy Suburban Sadness”. With one song incorporating elements of Punk and the other sounding like a modern twist to a dark synth pop song from the 80’s, the question is… what should we expect from their next release?
Lilleburn, AKA Ross Tidmus, is a Birmingham based indie pop outfit influenced by 80’s alternative acts such as The Cure, Tears For Fears and Gary Newman. The love for modern pop sounds and the personal lyrics from his mind, he forms a fresh, artsy style of indie-pop.
Lilleburn spent the summer of 2018 writing, recording and self producing his electric indie pop music. Releasing his debut single ‘Boys/Girls/Hearts’ on September 30th of 2018, the song played multiple times on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire. Shortly after he supported BLOXX on a sold out show in Birmingham, Lilleburn was established in the indie scene in Birmingham. In December 2018, he had his first headline show in conjunction with the release of ‘Tell Me I’m Pretty’, which was also put on the A-list of BRUM Radio with the likes of JAWS and Jorja Smith.
After spending two years of writing and performing in his hometown, Ross has been developing his art form down a more promiscuous path. 2020 is the year that Lilleburn will finally reveal his next creation…
“Birmingham-based outfit follow in the footsteps of The 1975 for this 80s-inspired pop-rock jam” – Mystic Sons
Hailing from the West Midlands, Ace Ambrose is an eccentric songwriter and genre defying rock n roll artist who uses music and visual mediums to bring her characters and conceptual stories to life, exploring a variety of topics from scifi nerd culture to real life social issues in her community such as knife crime as well as her personal experiences with chronic illness, mental health, sexuality and religion.
Since releasing 2 EPs between 2015 -2018 and receiving multiple plays and recognition from BBC Introducing CWR, Ace has gone on to perform at festivals across the UK including Peace Festival, Rock Against Racism and Godiva where she debuted live on BBC Radio 1. In 2019 Ace was chosen by BBC New Voices as a music representative for Coventry City of Culture who later commissioned her alt pop single ‘Two Souls Apart’ as part of a collaborative album. As of 2020 Ace has released several quarantine inspired demos and a controversial spoken word punk track on disability, ‘Resuscitate Me!’ ft. poet Katie Walters, commissioned by Homotopia Fest.
Most recently Ace has revealed a new character by the name of Gal Fawkes as part of her latest self produced single ‘Doomsayer’ out on November 5th, teasing her upcoming apocalyptic album ‘Doomsday Was Yesterday’ which flirts with multiple genres including punk, metal and synth pop.