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Former singer for hardcore outfit Million Dead turned folk troubadour, Frank Turner has seen his fame flourish through, essentially, the old fashioned route - hard work, continuous gigging and word of mouth. His singer-songwriter solo career steadily grew from cult status to an arena filler, eventually playing London's O2 and Wembley Stadium. It has been an eventful decade for the troubadour from Winchester who now resides in Holloway, North London. Turner released his debut album, “Sleep is For The Week”, in 2007 and has been on a stunning upward curve ever since. He is now one of the country’s most cherished songwriters, a man who plays the biggest venues in the land and whose records reach the higher echelons of the charts but who has never lost sight of his original MO: write, record, tour, repeat. His blend of folk-punk-rock and powerful lyrics has seen him continue playing to an already devoted fanbase, but he picks up new fans with every festival appearance and tour.
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Skinny Lister come from the same stable as Emmy The Great, RDA and Slow Club, sounding like The Pogues' rum fuelled English cousin. From day one, Skinny Lister set out to cause chaos and make friends, travelling to the four corners of the globe plying their unique rum-soaked blend of English folk and punk rock anarchy. Wherever they play, you'll hear their lusty shanties, punk folk roar-alongs and crazed whirls about love, fighting and hardcore drinking. You’ll find them out dancing with the crowd, passing around their flagon of rum or crowd-surfing to the bar to neck shots mid-song. Make no bones about it, Skinny Lister are the wildest party band you’ll ever get drunk with. And you will get drunk with them!
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GUISE are a folk-pop three piece band formed in 2015, fronted by singer-songwriter Jessica Guise.
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Blending soaring guitar hooks, driving bass and intricate drums with catchy choruses, BERRIES have caught the attention of taste makers nationwide including Fender, BBC 6 Music & Radio X, a feat that has seen them play notable festival stages including Liverpool Sound City. They have spent the past year touring and playing sell out shows across the UK. Their style effortlessly bridges the gap between frenetic garage rock, moody blues and Indie.
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