Birmingham based indie stompers with an 80s pop edge influenced by The 1975 and Blossoms.’ The indie pop foursome La Dharma formed in the West Midlands in early 2017 with founding member Chris Leedham’s passion for writing slick meaningful stories embedded within 80s pop sounds. La Dharma’s signature sound was born after further experimentation with guitarist and old friend Daniel ‘Jonah’ Jones’s indie background. However, the pair were missing the driving force behind the music and were joined by bassist Christian Booth and drummer James Morris to finish the line up with a tight and funky rhythm section. After a successful year of gigging, the band are looking to release some new tunes towards the end of 2020. So sit back, relax and get ready for big things.
Myriam Adams are an Indie/Alternative band formed in late 2018 in Stratford Upon Avon by Freddie Hammond, Ethan Forde, Archie Shanahan and frontman Jacques Hete. They provide arena friendly pop tunes with an extra touch of edge and personality. Within their first year of being together they have already attracted the attention of BBC Introducing that have played several of their tracks from the debut EP ‘I Think I Might Die’, accumulated over 18,000 streams on Spotify alone, played several festivals such as the main stage at Godiva and sold out both their headline shows at The Victoria and The Flapper.
The four piece are set to release their second studio EP in early 2020 on the back of their two singles ‘I Want To Go Home’ that was released on the 4th October and ‘Talk Slow’ which was released on the 2nd December.
Sundile is an upcoming four piece indie rock band from Birmingham.