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The Sunflower Lounge
76 Smallbrook Queensway, B5 4EG Birmingham, United Kingdom
& Baddie's Boogie
Autopilot + The K's + Tinned Astronaut + Ruby Beach + The Creature Appeal
Ages 18+ • 7:30pm
— AutoPilot — UK
is a three-piece Indie band based in the Midlands. They have created a unique sound, blending rock guitars with big synth hooks to create huge choruses full of energy and melody. Blood sweat and beers go into all of their live performances and they’ve moved under one roof. Got no fans but their parents think they’re decent.
“Bloody Brilliant” – Andy’s Dad
“Too loud” – Jack’s mam
— Forming in Earlestown in 2017 and growing up together in the shadows of two huge North West neighbours, Manchester and Liverpool, The K's
are proving that things can in fact actually grow in the dark.
The band's debut single ‘Sarajevo’ was an instant hit on music streaming sites, picking up fans and playlists alike and was quickly followed by their first headline show at Manchester’s Deaf Institute selling out 2 months in advance.
— Tinned Astronaut
are bringing their high energy performance to the British music scene with an alternative rock sound infused with post-grunge tones of the 90s. Hailing from Wolverhampton, the boys draw inspiration from the city itself. Reflected in the gritty riffs and raspy vocals, the music is undoubtedly urban, heavy and industrial, exemplified in tracks like ‘Upsetty Spaghetti’ and 'KoKodamol'. Hotly tipped to achieve great things, it might just be worth keeping an eye on this tireless four-piece as they continue to stir up crowds wherever they play. For fans of Wolf Alice, Radiohead, Green Day.
“A disarray of post-grunge alternative rock injected with shots of influence from the British music scene.”
— Ruby Beach
are an Alt Rock/Indie Pop band from Lancaster UK, creating guitar driven, atmospheric tracks layered with vocal harmonies. Their main inspirations are drawn from bands such as Coldplay, Mumford & Sons, London Grammar and James Bay.
“Leaves has everything a debut EP should have" — Right Chord Music
“[The song] Leaves” is a sublimely subtle offering… a marked contrast to EP companion “Shoulders” – a surging track that showcases this band’s potential.” — One Stop Record Shop
«This is the standard of music coming out of the County” — BBC Introducing in Lancashire
— The Creature Appeal
are an eclectic, four piece, indie-rock band, whose wild instrumentals and throaty, soulful vocals paint them as one of the biggest up-and-coming, independent bands of 2018. Although hailing from the small outskirts of Birmingham, their innovative voice and original songs add a local charm to their gritty, big city sound, creating intense indie anthems, fit for the summer playlists.