From being broadcast as part of BBC Radio’s Introducing segment to playing for charities such as Saint Catherine’s Hospice, Philomena is an East-coast based Dream pop band comprising of Joshua Benjamin Kidger and Fredi Dixon-Lenton. Our debut single “You’re the best pain I’ve ever had” is out now on all major streaming platforms.
Some people are calling the most talked about band in Hull" - YC17
"The appeal of the band generated one of the largest crowds of the day which demonstrates how good this band are" - FRCA, Humber Street Sesh 2017
"Follow Deep show a quality many a talented band lack: memorability. " - Sophie Walker, Warren Records
Follow Deep are the most exciting new up and coming indie/alternative rock band in Hull.
An Incredibly successful first year for the band saw them playing at big festivals alongside bands such as The Hoosiers and The Pigeon Detectives whilst playing in established venues in the UK.
Follow Deep have recently released their long anticipated debut EP "Bad Influence" including the title single "Bad Influence" via ERC: Academy Records.
Marble Tides is an alternative originals band formed in Bournemouth, Uk in late 2017. The band was put together by Vocalist Brandon Moss and Drummer Sam Rawlings. Marble Tides consists of the two names above, alongside Zac Thompson (Electric Guitar), Luke Green (Electric Guitar) & Gemma Halliday (Bass/Backing Vocals).
Blending different influences from all 5 members has allowed Marble Tides to create a unique and challenging twist on the Indie/Alternative scene. Their energetic stage presence along with the melodic guitars, deep bass, catchy drums and powerful yet atmospheric vocals give this band a definite stand out from the crowd and an identity in the music industry.
A band not to be missed . . .
The Fabulous Mick C
On the 25th January, The Fabulous Micky C will release a new single (on Animal Farm Records) "Slip Away". (It will of course be available on Spotify from that date....)
Produced by Animal Farm Music and inspired by weird events a year ago this month, it marks a new direction and a different sound for TFMC.
Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website