***POSTPONED DUE TO BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS***
£4 ADV TIX. HERE> https://www.wegottickets.com/event/430492
Doors 8pm // 18+
TEMPLES OF YOUTH
‘This new UK duo from the Winchester area are creating some rather thoughtful twilight hours pop, with a cinematic dreaminess that’s worth your attention’ – Breaking More Waves
‘Thoughtful electronic pop songs done well’ – The Quietus (Rory Gibb)
‘Soothing vocals and fuzzy hooks’ – Wonderland
‘Spider-like guitar lines recalling The XX’ – Clash
YUMI AND THE WEATHER
Yumi And The Weather is the wavy seaside guitar-electronica & rhythmically led pop of Ruby Taylor, a veteran of Brighton's alternative music scene. Previously, she has put out 2 EPs on XVI Records, coupled with remixes from Books, Manni Dee, Vondlepark & Kiwi, which gained support from blogs and online magazines such as Clash Music, Stamp The Wax and Hunger TV, Vice's Noisey and premiers on Line of Best Fit and XLR8R, playlisted on 22Tracks as well as radio plays on BBC6 Music from Tom Ravenscroft, Don Letts and Mary Anne Hobbs and U.S's East Village Radio and KEXP.
Hailing from the South Coast of the UK, Frankie Knight delves into a dreamworld of haunting melodies and waves of lush tones. Disjointed, hip hop infused beats allow her vocals to drift elegantly overhead as the she delivers her brand of beautifully crafted electronic pop.
MEGAN LARA MAE
21-year-old Megan Lara Mae is a singer-songwriter, taking inspiration from artists such as Rae Morris, Sigrid, Lorde, BANKS and Aurora. Megan featured on the Tom Robinson Introducing Mixtape on BBC 6 Music and has been praised by the likes of BBC Introducing for her “lamenting sound” and “beautiful voice”.