Originals Music Festival: Day Three
Lost Avenue are an Alternative/Punk three piece. They have received heavy airplay on BBC Radio (their single "Killing Time" received it's premiere on the Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio One by Phil Taggart,) as well as substantial praise from magazines such as "Hot Press" and "Louder than War." Lost Avenue have toured the UK and Ireland extensively and have supported the likes of Canadian Hardcore legends D.O.A; as well as Billy Liar, Carnivores and Goons.
Hailing from the North Coast, Little Arcadia have been on our radar since early 2015. The four piece are purveyors of jaunty alt-rock.
Their first release in over twelve months, ‘Lights‘ unloads from the get-go with a bracing electronic infused opening that delves into an ambient rock showcase with hallmarks of Foals and Bloc Party throughout. ‘Lights’ stands out as their best release to date and one that will propel them into the subconscious of music aficionados from across our province and hopefully further afield.
Shoot The Messenger
Shoot The Messenger are a young upstart 4 piece rock outfit aged from 16 to 21 years, but don't let their youthful appearance put you off. The band have graced many a festival and local stage over the last few years entertaining with memorable 3 minute tunes and mega riffs by the bucketload. Their debut single Licence to Kill released in 2015 on SYNC Records continues to massacre regional radio and soundcloud streaming services.
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