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Pagan Harvey / Jane Doe / Macroscope / The Palarva

Pagan Harvey

Pagan Harvey emerged last year combining big, anthemic riffs and hooky vocal melodies to create a powerful and stylish modern rock sound. Warmly received after their first set of gigs, they’re back and promising to deliver one hell of a show.
Jane doe

A 4 piece alt. rock band from Leeds with influences from other genres mixed in. We play with a sound that combines early 2000s emo and Grunge, though we also experiment with small samples of Mathcore, pop punk and Lofi, as well as indie
Macroscope Band

An exciting new band arrives on the scene; coming together less than two ago, standard guitar, drums and bass was never going to be enough for these and so piano, keys and a sax add a real breadth and energy to their sound. With influences ranging from Indie through to acid jazz, their songs push the boundaries for a band at such an early stage.
The Palarva

"A three piece band inspired by Queens of The Stone Age, Savages, Arctic Monkeys and Jamie T.

Fusing together heavy riffs, grunge bass and indie drums into an array of honest raw songs.

They are young, exciting musicians exploring suburban West Yorkshire through witty lyrics and depressive episodes.”
£6 Adv Crash Records, from bands,
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