Catch the UK’s hottest up and coming bands across 3 stages at Exeter’s newest festival, taking place Exeter Phoenix and The Cavern.
Secret headliner to be announced.
Mixing warm tropical grooves with infectiously raw guitar melodies, Cassia, best served with white rum, have grown to be one of the most buzzing bands coming out of the North of the UK.
See 5 tour dates featuring Cassia
Formed at the start of 2014, October Drift may be a little known and mysterious project at the moment, but they wear their heart on their musical sleeves. They’ve been digesting a stock of Smashing Pumpkins, The National and My Bloody Valentine records, constantly rehearsing and playing under the radar shows – which have gained them a word of mouth popularity. Continuing to shun social media, appearing clandestine behind ambiguous placards with mysterious balaclava-clad characters appearing through the cities they play, the band continue to communicate with their fans purely one-on-one.
See 3 tour dates featuring October Drift
A Devonshire duo influenced by anything from delta blues, swing, punk, metal, hip-hop, indie and garage rock. Filthy dirty blues.
See 2 tour dates featuring Moriaty
Originally the solo project of Elise Cook, Soot Sprite have evolved into a three piece shoegaze/dream pop outfit.
See 2 tour dates featuring Soot Sprite
Hectic Blues Punk with a thrilling live show, Mother Vulture are out to rock the party. "Arguably one of the U.K’s most exciting rock bands that have emerged in a long time. Riddled in uncontrollable energy and heavy riffs, tasty solos and howling vocals you are sure to get your socks rocked off. Do not miss these guys." Clunk Magazine.
See 4 tour dates featuring Mother Vulture
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