Doors from 7pm. Tickets £5 otd
Jack & Sally
Jack and Sally are a rock band from London formed in the winter of 2018, blending catchy choruses with power chords and smooth leads to create songs about love, loss and life in an uncertain world. Drawing influences ranging from Alternative Rock to Punk and Metal, their music knows no boundaries, no caste, no creed.
�Their songs aim to highlight the atrocities of right-wing politics, austerity and racism, as they march on relentlessly, in search of a crowd that accepts them as their own, with a promise to never let the power of Rock 'n Roll fade away.
White Canvas are a modern day originals Britrock band from along the South coast of England. Formed in 2017 they took their love for ‘good music’ along with influences including Oasis, The Beatles, Rolling Stones and The Jam to create a modern day sound.
With no desire to stay in the ‘South Coast bubble’ White Canvas are relentlessly working their way through the UK town by town.
Their first single 'Love's Around' (released September 2018) is an unapologetic nod to the Britpop era and is the epitome of what the band is striving for.
The Vulz were born out of the demise of the Free State Prophets in late 2010. The band re-unites the creative and artistic song writing of vocalist/guitarist Barry Charman and the passion and energy.
Fil Ross joined the band in July 2011, taking up bass duties.
The sound of the Vulz is very grunge/punk rock orientated and are described as “A band who take their cue from a lot of the old punk and new wave greats of the late 70s with a bit of grunge thrown in” – Gary Crowley
Swords of Thought
Noise-pop trio from Surrey. Blending the 90s indie sounds of Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr with plenty of fuzz and feedback.