Man Can't Fly / Paradas / The Racketeers / Ghost Marshalls on Friday 26th October 2018
Man Can’t Fly
'Lovely isn't it - Epic - got goose-bumps didn't you' Sara Cox - Radio 1
'It's good - it's REALLY good' - Huw Stephens - Radio 1
Recently working with CJ Marks (producer - Wombats album, Killers, Foals, The Amazons) they now take on their most exciting chapter yet - new music, with the best feedback they’ve had since their massive beginnings.
They exploded onto the scene in 2013 with the release of their debut single, ‘Don’t Waste my Time’ - championed by BBC Introducing and playlist for BBC Radio 1 daytime shows!
They’ve played Reading and Leeds Festival, Bingley Music Live, a sell-out gig at the Cockpit and main supports including The Dunwells at a sold out Leeds Town Hall.
'A seriously mature offering from Paradas...'She' tells it like it is with 'no holds barred' lyrics defining more than a degree of selfishness on the part of the 'woman' being sung about, BUT in a far from downbeat musical way...in fact the track is a refreshing blend of hard-hitting lyrics, complemented by an upbeat 'tap your toes' kinda melody and energy which is frankly infectious. A definite ' must listen' for all budding and established musicians'. - Sylvie Blackmore - BBC Sussex & BBC Surrey
An exciting garage rock act from the North of the UK. Combining bright, pop - inspired vocal harmonies with fuzzy, biting guitar hooks, the music draws influences from sixties folk rock, Britpop and modern alternative indie to create a unique and powerful sound. Expect bangers.
A new age rock band offering ambient sections building up to huge choruses, with catchy melodies, dancy rhythms and meaningful lyrics. Drawing on a wide range of influences including ambient/atmospheric rock/spoken word and funk, this band offers something different.
Music Genres: Alternative, Funk, Indie, Pop, Rock
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