Introducing up and coming artists, our freshly squeeze stage will have it all.
Having grown up by the North Sea, the band name references both the mist that rolls from the sea during the summer and a pun on a guitar fretboard. Their ‘Oceans’ video has had over 27,000,000 views (Yes 27 Million!) on their YouTube channel, check it out.
You’ll recognise Josh Kumra from the chart topping hit ‘Don’t Go’ with Wretch 32. His debut album featured production collaborations with Fink, Emeli Sande, Naughty Boy and he’s toured extensively supporting the likes of Lianne La Havas and Gabrielle Aplin.
Liverpool’s thrilling fuzz-pop quartet Clean Cut Kid are Mike Halls, Evelyn Halls, Saul Godman and Ross Higginson. The four-piece are currently one of the most exciting breakthrough bands in the UK.
April Keen is a 19 year old indie-folk singer-songwriter of Filipino descent. Influenced by artists such as Bon Iver, Daughter and Aurora, she independently released her debut single ‘Against the Tide’ in May 2016, which was heavily supported by BBC Introducing amongst others.
Mark Sullivan is a singer/songwriter from just north of London with a massive voice and an ear for writing memorable and immediately familiar sounding songs. He is a master of the loop pedal and expertly executed guitar solos with string-destroying show-off pieces.
Tom Pointer is an exciting new 24 year-old singer from Southampton, with a voice that will make you sit up and take notice. Whilst at University he met Devlin’s producer Lewi White who responded so enthusiastically the pair began writing and working together.
Popular with audiences, Lee Rasdall-Dove offers an easy listening set with songs to remember. His original music has the industry talking as he is an emerging artist to look out for.
John Nicholas is a Singer/Songwriter from Cardiff, Wales. He writes songs about real life in performances that he always packs with passion, delivered with honesty and energy. He is a captivating performer, drawing you in whether he is busking, a support act or headlining a gig.
A singer/songwriter from Newcastle by way of Lincolnshire, his early demos were recorded from his student bedroom one snowy February morning – on a cheap but portable second-hand recorder.
George Pelham is a singer/songwriter from London, whose influences range from Prince to John Mayer. He has supported acts such as Rizzle Kicks and Bluey Robinson, held a four month residency at Ronnie Scott’s and played Latitude Festival last summer.