with: Light Blue, Indigo Haze + Dom Watton
Friday 20 April 2018
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
£3 in advance (only available from the bands) £5 on the door
Lightblue are an established pop punk/emo outfit hailing from Cheltenham, UK. Originally, the group were under the alias ‘Sioux Falls’ but have since changed in an effort to re-brand themselves alongside their latest release.
The band have played alongside many names including – The Ataris, Homebound, Best Years, Skywalker, Luke Rainsford, James Leese, Gilmour, Home Wrecked, Landmarks, Catch Fire, Montroze, These Minds, The Young Hearts, Junior, Tigerstyle, Coast to Coast, Better Than Never, Weatherstate, All Ears Avow, Layover and As The Sun Sleeps.
Last summer and the previous, they played 2000 Trees Festival alsongside the likes of Decade, The Front Bottoms, Gnarwolves, Neck Deep, WSTR, Blood Youth, Moose Blood and Trash Boat.
The band sprung onto their local scene and have since featured on the front cover of both Spilt Milk and Rock Press Music magazines, just highlighting the immediate impact they have had. The boys most recent EP ‘Paradise Lost’ has had a long run of reviews, most notably featuring in Rock Sound’s January 2018 edition.
Lightblue also completed a successful UK co-headliner September weekender with Evertim which spanned London, Bristol, Birmingham and Liverpool. The band are currently plotting another tour in support of the new EP.
‘There is a definite capacity for these guys to make an impression and accomplish good things with their music.’ Sam Preece (Musicology)
Indigo Haze are a four-piece indie-pop/rock band based in Cheltenham, currently recording their debut EP ready for a summer release. Forming in 2016 after meeting at university, the band began crafting their sound by combining each member’s unique writing style – drawing influence from everything from folk to hip-hop. After gigging extensively in their first year as a band, including playing a show in Prague and featuring at Wychwood Festival, Indigo Haze have recently added a more atmospheric feel to their sound whilst preserving their melodic guitar riffs and catchy lyrics.
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