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Date:
Thu 16 May
Time:
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
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Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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SPINN, formed of Johnny Quinn, Andy Power, Sean McLachlan, and O’Reilly have been a band since 2015.

The band signed to ModernSky UK in August of 2017, through which they are releasing their debut EP on 6th April.

Since the release of their debut single, ‘Home’, and follow-up track, ‘Notice Me’, the band have played with The SherlocksWill Joseph CookFlyteTen Fé and Dream Wife.

They also had slots at FestEVOL, Kendal Calling and Liverpool Music Week. Whilst having slots at Liverpool Sound City, 110 Above Festival and CloseUp Festival confirmed for 2018 with a host of others to announce.

During their prolific release schedule, the band have amassed over 3,000,000 streams of Spotify, and had support from BBC Radio One, Radio X, BBC Radio 6 Music and Amazing Radio. Whilst online they have had repeat support from Dork, as well as, Tenement TV, A Music Blog Yea? and Fresh On The Net.

 

With support from Arcade Hearts

Arcade Hearts: The South-Coast trio have been turning heads nationwide with their unique amalgamation of indie and electronica, gaining support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, Clash Magazine, Spindle Magazine, Little Indie Blogs & more. Having supported Fickle FriendsSaint RaymondYouth Club & RISCAS in this year alone, 2019 is set to be their biggest year to date with their first UK headline tour and more releases planned.

& George Pannell

George Pannell is an exciting young musician from Birmingham. His dreamy indie-pop sound incorporates influences from fellow Brummies JAWS and Swim Deep, as well as the likes of The Stone Roses and Nirvana.

George has already played all around Birmingham over the last 6 months, including support slots at the O2 Academy, and is now ready for his first headline show.

Now backed by a full band, he plans to release his debut EP over the summer, which will contain tracks with a slightly heavier, more grungy feel to them than his first two singles ‘The Truth’ and ‘Royal Affair’.