An evening of Indie Rock headlined by China Bears. Their anthemic sound has made them a favourite on the 2018 festival circuit and the 4 piece have received high praise and support from BBC Radio 1 as well as Radio X. Come down and catch them first! Plus Thursday is the Pig and Fidde’s Student Night with 20% off all food and drink all night, just show a valid student card before your purchase.
“Brilliant, I wish I sounded like that at my stage of their career” Frank Turner, 2017
“A bunch of strong sounding melodies” Steve Lamacq, BBC 6, 2018
China Bears formed in Somerset in 2015 by twin brothers Ivan and Frazer. Drawing influence from bands such as: The National, Dry The River, Frightened Rabbit and Snow Patrol, China Bears create misery anthemic indie combining ambient guitars, choral vocals and raw lyric writing. They’ve currently released 3 singles with support from Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1, Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6, John Kennedy on Radio X and Melita Dennett on BBC Introducing.
After spending the last couple of years extensively playing around the UK they have had notable support slots bands such as Genghar, The Districts, To Kill A King, Declan Mckenna and The Big Moon. Having just released their new single ‘Night Calls’ earlier this year China Bears have a summer full of shows and festivals including slots at Neverworld and Victorious. An upcoming band with a promising future.
‘Azuli are an up and coming 5-piece indie rock band from Bath. They take influence from the local music scene in and around Bath and Bristol, as well as a lovechild combination of artists such as The Amazons, Blossoms, Circa Waves and many more… “For us it’s all about creating a massive sound between the five of us without becoming a muddy wall of noise, keeping it vibrant and harmonically unique”.’
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