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Friday, October 6th, 2017
7:40 AM
1 RSVP
16+
Doors open from 7:45-12:00

Misfires:
Swindon quartet formed in early February 2016. The last year has seen the band supporting The Sherlock's and The Hunna plus appearances at major festivals including Isle Of Wight & YNOT Festival. Their range of 'make you want to sing and dance' songs include 22, Come On Over, Do You Wanna and their anthemic classic 'Tonight'.

The next Indie super band and the lovechild of Catfish and the Bottlemen, and the Libertines

- Spilt Milk

One of the best live bands around, absolutely 'fantastic' and one of the 'best resurgent guitar bands in the west'

- Sam Bonham - BBC Introducing West

Widely tipped to become the scene's next biggest Indie thing. Brilliant live their string of tracks has sat comfortably on many of Spotify's national playlists

- Metro

Misfires have progressed from playing house parties to shows all over the UK in little over a year, and gaining an army of mad for it fans in the process. Their gigs, just like those early house parties, retain a sense of DIY / we're in this together spirit and it's pretty special. New single 'Tonight', for fans of Oasis, Catfish, Libs + The Sherlocks, is their best yet and out now.

- Gigslutz

Tom Lumley:
Tom Lumley is a Indie singer/songwriter originally from Cambridgeshire. He has been writing and gigging for the past three years with his band behind him. During this time he has played at popular venues in the UK supporting the likes of The Hunna, Coasts, The Sherlocks, Airways and playing festivals such as Dot To Dot, Green Meadows (BBC Introducing) etc. Whilst constantly being busy out on the road Tom has also spent a lot to of time in the studio releasing his music of which his debut EP 'Dream City' charted at No.2 in the UK iTunes Rock Chart and No.46 in the UK iTunes Album Chart. It has also gained radio airplay up and down the country, including constant support from his local BBC Introducing show and being tipped on Huw Stephens BBC Radio 1 show as 'an exciting Cambridge artist to look out for' by Fred Bambridge.

Rhys Messenger:
Rhys is an upcoming singer-songwriter from North London. With experience on stage and busking, all he needs is his voice and a guitar.