Once you hear frontman Chay Snowdon’s incredibly unique and powerful voice, you’ll understand why. Their gritty, infectious real-talk rock sits somewhere in between Catfish and The Bottlemen and Kings Of Leon – overflowing with passion from start to finish and it’s resulted in them selling out their own headline shows time and time again.
“From the beginning Barnes gets the audience laughing, leaving us eating from the palm of her hand throughout. Her quick pace and wit will leave you wondering what she’ll do next… thoroughly well-crafted jokes sprinkled with heart-warming moments and a dash of righteous political anger, to balance everything out” – EDINBURGH FESTIVALS MAGAZINE
‘Father-to-be Vincent and his partner Anna are invited to dinner by his sister Elizabeth and her husband, Peter. They are joined by childhood friend Carl for a mature and sophisticated gathering.’
George Pelham has just put out his new single, the uplifting “What A Time To Be Alive” so in these challenging times, we spoke to George about his musical experiences, embarrassing childhood stories and what bothers him more than Love Island finishing on TV.
One of the most explosive live bands around, Martha Phillips’ incredible vocals and song-writing ability is matched by Sam Hugh-Jones’ versatile guitar work, they chatted to us about their EP, their upcoming tour and more.