Deckchair Protest are an alternative four piece band based in Llandudno, North wales. In 2015 the band had two songs from their self released debut ep played on BBC introducing by Adam Walton who described them as “lyrically dark and wonderful”. Since then deckchair Protest have released a second ep entitled “Shapes” and have performed at venues around Wales, Festival No6 and Chester Live 2017.
Lunatics Lost are a London based 3-piece who are playing the Night & Day as part of their first UK tour.
With debut single ‘Sleeping Beauties’ released on February 14th,with a show in London, the band play 8 UK Cities with further dates announced for May & June.
“Infectious tunes with ferocious riffs combined with politically edged lyrics. A fantastic high energy tonic for the troubled times we live in. Definitely ones to watch in 2018
Ap Cooper (‘Ap’ being a Welsh term for ‘son of’) is the brain child of Queen Beats Jack frontman Arron Cooper. Taking influences from gypsy jazz, old blues and alternative folk, he creates a unique soup of sounds on classical guitar – backed by peculiar stories of love, space and revolution. With performances at this year’s Focus Wales and Glass Butter Beach, he is currently in the process of recording his first solo album ‘A Bad Case of the Human Condition’.
Rogue Network are a blast of contemporary blues, full of carefully crafted songs pumped up by big riffs and driving grooves. The new single ‘This is Reality’ has been described as a “modern spin on a Rolling Stones, Primal Scream type” rocker, but in actual fact is a politically driven song about the struggle to make ends meet in modern day Britain.