Sleep Outside, The U Club and Single Fin
Sleep Outside + The U Club + Single Fin
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
3 Band Bill featuring the best talent in London right now. Influences ranging from Electronic Pop, to Indie Rock with a fresh songwriting style.
Alt / emo from Cardiff via Wandsworth with strong influences from electronic pop to math rock
The U Club
Guitar-driven indie rock outfit from London, with intentional lyricism and a DIY spirit
This Synth-Pop 5-piece delivers rose-tinted anthemic vocal lines wrapped in dreamy synth melodies. All in all, a powerful aphrodisiac.
The band formed around the melancholic open-tunings of vocalist/guitarist Adam Holborn's solo project Solstice. With the addition of Olly Taki on bass and Matt E Williams on drums, the three-piece began writing and demoing songs in the winter of 2020/21. These sessions would eventually give way to their self-produced debut EP 'This Won't Ever Last' - released on 13th October.
Spent provides very familiar thoughts encased in a beautiful emo rock casing that showcases both the band's knack for storytelling and hook writing. - Rock Sound
London-based The U Club consists of Callum, Emma, Jack, and Javi. After making their beginnings playing at university bars, they quickly went on to perform in more established venues in the heart of the British capital, showcasing their fresh, youthful twist on the indie-rock genre. The band’s debut single 'Dirty Laundry’ and their sophomore 'Found Someone' were released in late 2020 to wide acclaim from international indie media outlets. ‘Wanna Hear?’, the group’s lockdown baby and latest release, is their lively take on feeling disconnected from someone who you once felt close to.
The U Club are really onto something here with their deft blend of well-crafted, laid back indie production and that captivating vocal and lyrical style to tie it all together. - Indie Top 39
The basis and DNA of 'Wanna Hear?' is rooted in 90s indie rock and pop, with a heartfelt folk-like nature to it as well. There’s a genuine and delicate quality to it that feels pure, still earnest and totally raw. It’s as good as it gets, checking off many boxes but still sounding very much like itself. - We All Want Someone
Single Fin is Joss Harris, Jasper Ward, Elly Cave, Oscar Scrivens and Henry Throp. This Synth-Pop 5-piece delivers rose-tinted anthemic vocal lines wrapped in dreamy synth melodies. All in all, a powerful aphrodisiac.