Led by singer/songwriter E.D. Fowler, this alternative pop/rock trio express songs of self-reflection and analysis, citing their style as "anxiety pop". Honest and powerful emotions are conveyed over a sonically driven backdrop. After a successful year of highly praised performances and a critically acclaimed single, the group are back to hit Brighton and bow out the year on a high.
"The lyrics paint a story... Thought provoking..." - Tea With CC
"Genuine, powerful emotion with several moments of pure, heart-wrenching beauty" - Annabel Platt
"An amazing band with an important message" - Brighton Music Office
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Sometimes grumpy, sometimes groovy, this Brighton-based band likes to wriggle with menace. Supermarket play songs that channel Talking Heads, the Door and Nick Cave wrapped up in diisco beats with rolling bass, thrashing guitar, and pop hooks.
Brighton-based scrappy math-rock trio made with real fruit juice and a sprinkle of sadness. Providing hyperactive shows packed with vitamins and good vibes since 2014.
Acoustic singer-songwriter Paul Murray performs a mix of folk, indie and blues songs, combined at times with heavier rock guitar techniques. The guitar work sits perfectly with the thoughtful, observant and entertaining lyrics. Paul is frequently joined in live performances by cellist Amy Squirrel.