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Live At Leeds 2019: Sundara Karma, Metronomy, Tom Grennan, Black Honey, Dream Wife, Goat Girl, Ibibio Sound Machine, Swim Deep, Easy Life, Elli Ingram & more
The North’s leading metropolitan festival showcasing new music in various venues, all day, across Leeds is back in May 2019!
The festival will take over a variety of venues and spaces throughout the city of Leeds and aim to showcase the best new emerging artists alongside more established acts from around the world.
Please visit www.liveatleeds.com/ for more information.
Sundara Karma are the young four piece alternative band from Reading who entered the rock arenas straight from their A-Levels. They soon gathered support from BBC Radio 1, while The Guardian likened them to Arcade Fire and U2. They scored a UK top 30 album with 2017 debut 'Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect', while their dreamy, almost psychedelic sound has been described as ‘the sound of Summer’, but will cater for all seasons!
Sundara Karma tour dates
The brain-child of disillusioned drummer Joseph Mount, Metronomy are an alternative electronica group producing funk-infused beats, android-esque vocals and highly addictive bass-lines.
Metronomy tour dates
An soulful indie-blues singer-songwriter from Bedford, Tom studied acting at university, had a brief job at Costa Coffee then trained to be a professional footballer. This was all about to change, however, when his vocal talents were first discovered at a party while singing a cover of 'Seaside' by The Kooks after a few drinks too many.
He then went on to become guest vocalist on Chase & Status's track 'When It All Goes Wrong' and his success story continues. Pretty soon Elton John was ringing him up to tell him how much he liked his music.
Tom Grennan tour dates
Brighton-based Shoegaze-tinged leftfield melodic alt-pop. The sultry vocals have been described by some critics as a 'gangsta Nancy Sinatra', with the cool pout of Lana Del Rey and hints of Warpaint.
Black Honey tour dates
Dream Wife started out as a fantasy… literally. Icelandic singer Rakel and British musicians Alice and Bella played their first show as part of a performance project at art school in Brighton. Stuck in dreams of 90s club kid nostalgia they continue on making music, embracing their love for edgy pop. Dream Wife name David Lynch's women as a big influence; 'powerful and seriously f***ed up'.
They play with the aesthetics of the 1960's yé-yé girls movement, along with current influences such as Sleigh Bells, Le Tigre and Grimes. Dream Wife ooze with girl power; infecting the crowd with their trademark 'poolside pop with a bite.' The music juxtaposes simple pop hooks, beats, cutting riffs and dreamy vocals.
Dream Wife tour dates
Taking their name from the late comedian Bill Hicks' alter ego, Goat Boy, Goat Girl are an all-female indie-rock band from London, UK.
"Straight out of South London and determinedly DIY, Goat Girl are feisty, furious and fearless. Their incendiary rock, with shades of mid-noughties Cat Power and Medway garage girls Thee Headcoatees, challenges everything from national apathy to the perils of public transport" - The Guardian.
Goat Girl tour dates
Fronted by London-born Nigerian singer Eno Williams, Ibibio Sound Machine is a clash of African and electronic elements inspired in equal measure by the golden era of West-African funk and disco and modern post-punk and electro.
Weird and wonderful folk stories, recounted to Eno by her family as a child in her mother's Ibibio tongue, form the creative fabric from which the band's unique musical tapestry is woven.
Evocative Nigerian poetic imagery set against an edgy Afro-Electro soundscape by producers Max Grunhard, Leon Brichard and Benji Bouton give the band a unique space within the current wave of modern Afrocentric sounds sweeping across the globe.
Ibibio Sound Machine tour dates
Birmingham grunge-pop quartet Swim Deep's own brand of fuzzy grunge influenced pop has been making waves across the UK, putting them at the forefront of the blossoming West Midlands music scene.
Swim Deep tour dates
"Sounds like the middle ground of hip-hop, indie and slacker-rock for fans of Jamie T and Beastie Boys" - NME
The members of Leicester 5-piece Easy Life have a shared love of Hip-Hop, Jazz, Funk and Punk, creating a musical melting pot of genres with laid-back smooth grooves, all delivered effortlessly by front man Murray.
Easy Life tour dates
Island Records signing Elli Ingram started posting covers on Youtube at 18. Influenced by Amy Winehouse, her biggest influence, alongside Lauryn Hill, Fugees, Billie Holiday and D’Angelo, Elli delivers soulful, feel-good music, along with a love of hiphop.
Elli Ingram tour dates
Gengahr create effortlessly smooth and melodic indie-rock that journeys along a laidback sun-kissed path with a sound that could easily stem from influences drawn from icons such as The Smiths and Modest Mouse, to the more recently revered Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Youth Lagoon.
Gengahr tour dates
Bristol-born Lauren Aquilina is a songstress armed with melancholic piano-driven melodies driven by lyrical content delivered with an overwhelming underlying honesty.Lauren’s pop-tinged songs referencing loves lost and memories made are sure to resonate with all who hear them.
Lauren Aquilina tour dates
Four-piece Marsicans from Leeds play upbeat indie meets dirty pop. Their driving, harmony-laden sound and exciting live shows are earning them a reputation as an emerging force in British music. The guys take their influences from the Beach Boys, Bombay Bicycle Club to Paul Simon.
"The Leeds quartet have refined a sound that infuses Britpop with a little Vampire Weekend-style globalism." - Entertainment Weekly (USA)
Marsicans tour dates
Kyle Miller aka Aeris Roves is a singer-songwriter from South Yorkshire and lives in Greenwich, South East London. Kyle’s influences include Frank Ocean and Ed Sheeran, as well as Soul music, which he grew up listening to. Kyle is currently working on his debut EP, an as yet untitled collection of tracks, which are all self-produced.
The multi-talented singer has recently performed at venues including Birthdays in Stoke Newington, Borderline in Soho and The Garage in Highbury & Islington. His sound has been described as a fusion of Soul and RnB and his singing style has been compared to that of a young Craig David.
Aeris Roves tour dates
London Indie four-piece formed by singer Catrin Vincent joined by Max (drums), Naomi (bass) and Jack (guitar) while they were studying music together at Goldsmiths University. Their sound draws in influences from Radiohead, London Grammar and Four Tet to Coldplay and Talk Talk.
"Llike Radiohead after five cans of fizzy pop. Rustic acoustic guitar meets inventive percussion and a brilliantly left-of-centre vocal, melting the past and the future together like alt-J at their best" - DIY Magazine.
Another Sky tour dates
Named after a Nigerian state capital, Benin City is Theo Buckingham on drums, Tom Leaper on tenor sax, and Joshua Idehen on rhymes. Joshua met Theo Buckingham at a squat party. They struck up a loud friendship and decided to make more organised noises together. They drafted in Tom to arrange their babble into music. Voila! As a band, they've been played and championed by Jon Kennedy, Jon Hillcock, Scroobius Pip and Eddy Temple Morris (XFM) Edith Bowman and Tom Robinson (BBC6). They have gained accolades and fans for their energetic live performances, having supported Soweto Kinch, VV Brown, Moko and Youngblood Brass band.
Benin City tour dates
Dancing On Tables are a five piece vintage indie rock band hailing from Dunfermline in Scotland, entertaining in venues across Scotland. Alongside their own headline performances, they have also supported some exciting names in music: Embrace, Will And The People, Model Aeroplanes and Fatherson to name a few.
Dancing On Tables tour dates
A journey through melodic, psychedelic pop is what’s to be expected from Stockport four-piece, Fuzzy Sun. The freshly formed line-up, fronted by the lulling vocals of Kyle Ross, sees a distinct and original take on chorus-heavy reveries. Daisy Valentines bold and melancholic synth, coupled with sweet and seductive harmonies is equally complemented by Lewis Jobson & Mitch Bancroft’s strong soothing groove through the rhythm section. Fuzzy Sun bring you contemporary pop, infused with psychedelia, dipped in naughties R’n’B nostalgia, with just a hint of disco flare.
Fuzzy Sun tour dates
Gently Tender features ex-Palma Violets Sam Fryer, Pete Mayhew and Will Doyle alongside The Big Moon’s Celia Archer and guitarist Adam Brown.
Gently Tender tour dates
Brooklyn mutant funk duo Greatest Hits are made up of Tyler Thacker and Zak Mering who create songs which you might hear on the dance floor of John Hughes movie.
Mixing Disco, old school Hip-Hop and feminine nasals in their most recent 'Freak Funk Boy 7' they're now set to release their forthcoming EP on Maman records.
Greatest Hits tour dates
Post punk band from Bristol. The four-piece, who were born out of friendship in spring 2017, have already supported the likes of METZ and Idles.
Heavy Lungs tour dates
Emerging from the seemingly sleepy suburbs of Adelaide, Horror My Friend's approach to noisey, indie-rock is youthful and idiosyncratic. Deftly occupying the grey area between post-punk, shoegaze and 90’s style indie rock, the trio (Josh Battersby, Tom Gordon and Sam Kolesnik) break new ground with their raw, yet melodic songwriting, bolstered by frenetic, energetic live performances.
Horror My Friend tour dates
This five-piece from Birmingham have been making waves with their indie-funk style since they began in 2016.
Ivory Wave tour dates
Alternative Indie / Folk two piece from the London borough of Camden. 'Jim and Daniel grew up partying together. Now singing together, they create songs with a strong narrative and a sweet purity runs through their acoustic sounds. Proudly representing their Camden roots, the North London twang is carried through their songs. Beauty is formed through their simplistic way of arranging a song, stripping back to basics of an instrumental and a vocal. The kind of raw vocals that warm your belly and make the hairs on your arms stand on end.'
Kawala tour dates
Malena is an Argentinian born artist, producer and film maker. Influenced by guitar players such as Blake Mills and Venezuelan American singer-songwriter / visual artist Devendra Banhart as well as the psychedelic and dreamy sounds of Tame Impala, Beach House, Malena explores a free thinking and forgiving approach to her work.
Malena Zavala tour dates
"Lyrics about love, heartache, getting p*ssed and politics. They are the poster boys for a new age" - CLASH
No Hot Ashes are a four-piece band from Stockport (Manchester) branded post-pop-funk.
A band conceived through a love of 70s & 80s Disco & Funk they bring a contemporary twist on the genres with a seriously tight rhythm section, infectious funky guitar riffs and gritty, raw vocals with lyrics about love, heartache, getting pissed and politics. Their sound is fresh and exciting and certainly sets them apart from an over-saturated market.
They have amassed over 1 Million streams on Spotify and have supported bands such as Spring King, Blossoms, The Amazons & Prides on their UK Tours. As well as this the band have sold out their hometown of Manchester 650 capacity Club Academy.
They have been booked for major festivals such as Reading Festival, Kendal Calling, Y Not Festival, Neighbourhood Festival & Tramlines.
No Hot Ashes tour dates
ørmstons are a four piece Indie / rock band based from leeds, formed in early 2016. The band is made up of Jess Huxham (Vocals and Rhythm Guitar) Josh Mason (Bass) Bob O'Hare (Guitar) and Nathan Robinson (Drums).
ørmstons tour dates
Tarantino/Lynch style, Spaghetti Western inspired psych music that rocks hard and heavy. They are the leather jacket wearing, chain smoking, hard
rocking siblings to bands like Starcrawler and Black Honey, seemingly raised on a diet of fuzz guitar riffs and hopeless tales of murder. A chemistry reminiscent of The Kills sets them apart with sparks flying between frontwoman Kitty Arabella Austen and co-lead Jon James Tufnell as they trade riffs and vocals with an intense fury highlighted by the raw, analogue production.
"...pure cinematic Ennio Morricone rock n’roll" - The VPME.
Saint Agnes tour dates
Hailing from various parts of the UK, six-piece Sports Team met whilst studying at Cambridge. They’re now based in Harlesden (west London), tucked 'between the McVities biscuit factory and an evangelical church'.
Channeling a lyrical cynicism that touches on young-professionals and provincial clichés, their debut EP "Winter Nets" - recorded with producer Dave McCracken (Ian Brown, Depeche Mode, Florence + The Machine) - serves as a darkly humorous introduction to their weird world.
With influences ranging from indie pioneers Pavement, through to 90s post punk also-rans The Family Cat, Sports Team have spent 2017 cutting through the ranks of London’s live scene. Now, with a stockpile of completed tracks, tightly crafted live show and growing legion of fans, Sports Team are set to enter 2018 as one of the country’s most exciting and important discoveries.
Sports Team tour dates
A three piece alternative pop band from Birmingham.
Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam tour dates
Formed at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Music, when Oscar Gormley (vocals, guitar), Sam Becker (bass), Charlie Woof-Byrne (keys) and Jake Brown (drums) began noodling around together away from their formal classical training, Sun Silva are a band based in precision and technical prowess, meticulously brewed into something even bigger and greater than the sum of its many parts.
All four members are proficient piano and guitar players, while the quartet's various studies ranged from classical percussion to baroque bassoon.
Sun Silva tour dates
Tamu Massif didn’t come around in an instant. Originally writing his songs on guitar, Dave Dixon realised there was more to his music than the usual acoustic-rouse and began experimenting with sounds old and new, incorporating psychedelia, lo-fi indie, electronica and bedroom pop
Written, recorded and produced at his home in Weston-super-Mare before being mixed in Bristol with (Perfume Genius, Youth Lagoon and PJ Harvey collaborator) Ali Chant, his material is a mirage of thick vocals, reversed guitar and Logic-heavy inspiration.
Tamu Massif tour dates
Self-dubbed “council-punk” four-piece band The Dunts were born from an increasingly fertile working class creative environment in the Scottish city of Glasgow. Their sound often swings from chaotic, anarchic basement punk and psych, through to more mainstream-leaning forays into melodic indie, infusing The Sex Pistols and The Clash’s London-era punk with the dynamic output of contemporary post-punk and garage bands.
The Dunts tour dates
After touring as a session drummer around the world, Sara and her best friend Kirsty then spent a year secretly recording and playing secret shows, amongst which was a gig at legendary biker haunt, Ace Cafe.
"Combining sweet vocals with some killer basslines, the duo of The Pearl Harts don’t half manage to make a racket. Spiky guitars and booming drums, with hints of Queens of the Stone Age or Nirvana...there’s still so much to get your ears around..."
The Pearl Harts tour dates
Formed in London in 2017, after deciding a life in music might mean they’d never have to work a real job again, The Skinner Brothers gained notoriety after joining The Libertines on their Tiddeley Om Pom Pom seaside tour on a personal invitation from Carl Bârat. With influences ranging from Sinatra to Oasis, The Skinner Brothers don’t really sound like anyone else.
The Skinner Brothers tour dates
Thyla creates a unique blend of folk and alternative styles pleasing and captivating to the audience. Raspy raw vocals are driven by bass, drums and electric guitars creating an exciting contrast of genres and influences. The songwriting is heavily influenced by the likes of Joni Mitchell and Bjork whereas the band are drawing influences from acts such as Buke and Gaze, using edgy tones and rhythms to drive the music. This is not an act to be missed.
Thyla tour dates
An indie / new wave band from Glasgow of whom NME said 'The four-piece are fun and theatrical, sporting eerie stage personas'.
'Gnarly, gothic indie bedlam with a side order of glamour, Walt Disco thrive on unpredictability, on that sense of glitter-fuelled chaos.'
Walt Disco tour dates
Zuzu's hook-centric indie rock assimilates the noisy spirit, tunefulness, and swagger of the Brit-pop and Merseybeat of her hometown of Liverpool.
Zuzu tour dates