With pop punk roots and energetic live performances, fans of New Found Glory, Four Year Strong, and The Story So Far will love Lyon Estates! The four piece from Selby, North Yorkshire formed in 2011 and have released three EPs, including 2017s hugely successful Fir Tree. Thanks to their notoriously fun live shows, the band have made a name for themselves on the York/Leeds scene, as well as having played to crowds up and down the country. Catch them here as part of their EU tour.
Elessar are a 4-piece alternative rock band originating in the South-West of England. Formed in 2016, the band has become renowned for energetic and passionate live performances.
Renowned for an energetic and passionate live performance from day one. Elessar have focused on touring relentlessly across the U.K, building audiences in major cities including Leeds, Birmingham and London. As well as solidifying a strong local following within the Gloucestershire area. In April 2016 they released their debut EP Reflections, which was produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Kids in Glass Houses, Funeral for a Friend, The Blackout).
Since then, Elessar have honed in further on a unique sound which is encapsulated in their latest 5 track release Is This All We Are, which was produced by Matt O’Grady (You Me At Six, Deaf Havana, Don Broco).
The release of I.T.A.W.A and their gripping live performances will see the band conquering venues and expanding their fanbase, as they make their mark on the British rock scene.
As this band continue to climb within the music world Elessar will be a name to watch as 2018 progresses.
Comprised of brothers Zac and Jake Roughton (guitar/vocals and drums, respectively) Bryn Portas (bass/vocals) and Tom Mitchell (guitar), HeartSink have been tearing it up under various guises, from as early as 2008. Hailing from York, U.K, their fresh and anthemic take on classic 2000s pop punk has been electrifying audiences all across the UK, with their bold and charismatic stage presence and penchant for honest, catchy hooks earning them plaudits the country over.
Having shared stages with bands as diverse as Junior, WSTR, Metro Station, Skywalker, Random Hand, SayWeCanFly, Skies In Motion, William Control (of Aiden fame), Coast To Coast, Altered Sky, Milestones, Havelocke, Deadset Dream, and The Young Hearts, to name but a few, HeartSink are showing no sign of slowing down.
Woke Up Dead
An unlikely chance meeting between 3 time travellers led to the formation of Woke Up Dead in the latter mid, early first half of the late middle 32nd century. A mutual love of swear words and prescription pain medication is what brought them together, but the desire to play 2 minute punk songs in a far flung dystopian future is what kept them together.
Now, back in the early middle half of the start of the late early 21st century, Woke Up Dead are here to (very politely) take over. And by ‘take over’ we mean play 2 minute punk songs.
Rich Alexander of No Insight (Acoustic)
Hitting the stage to prove once again that drummers shouldn’t sing, Rich Alexander of No Insight opens the show with an acoustic set. Join the self proclaimed sad boy & Rick and Morty enthusiast play (I mean, stumble through) No Insight fan favourites and maybe a cover or two. No Insight are a Pop Punk band from London who draw influences from early 2000s pop punk, with those influences including (but not limited to) Blink 182, Fall Out Boy and New Found Glory. To hear the band in all it’s 3 piece glory, check out their latest release Tear, Beers and Let Downs, which is available on all online platforms. Order some cheap wine and enjoy.
Tickets are £5 on the door or £4 in advance. The show will take place at The Fulford Arms on Friday 8th June, with doors opening at 6.30pm.
More information and tickets can be found at www.thefulfordarms.co.uk