The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham.


This event is for over 16s only - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £6.60 (£6.00) Cancelled


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Indie Midlands Presents PJJ

With support from North By North + Kinds Of Light + Odmansbox



A floating 5 piece of glistening psych pop.



North By North

Rock 'n' roll road-warriors North by North wear their Midwestern charm on their sleeve. All artwork is beautifully designed by the band to compliment their heavily textured blend of '70s psychedelia and lo-fi pop-infused garage rock. Much of the work helps guide listeners through the narratives and secrets that are buried in the music.

Their latest release, Last Days of Magic, is a Stephen King-inspired, femme-fatale-filled concept album that investigates the space where science-fiction and mysticism meet modern society.

And while Chicago will always be home, North by North has set out on the life-adventure of The Never-Ending Tour--performing over 500 shows since early 2017, and showing no signs of stopping. Along the way, North by North has had the fantastic opportunity to share the stage with bands including Tegan & Sara, Sheer Mag, The Pack A.D., iamdynamite, and more.



Kinds Of Light

Kinds Of Light are a Birmingham based band formed in 2016 by Liam Rhodes and Connor Scott.



What’s in a name? Spotted in a poem, scribbled in a notebook, and bent slightly out of shape, ‘Odmansbox’ – with its suggestion of a musical knick-knack drawer or junk shop – reflects the Birmingham 3-piece’s magpie aesthetic. Off-kilter, poker-faced, jokey but deadly serious, their lugubrious bangers fleetingly recall all your favourite bands while never losing their elusive essence.

Having released their first EP ‘I’ve Got Nothing’ in 2018 (the title track of which was picked up by BBC Introducing and Brum Radio), they headed to Lincolnshire to record its follow up with Dave Formula, owner of the Sweet Factory and former keyboardist with Magazine.

The resulting EP “A Low Key Affair” is vibrant and driving, while the lyrics tell of disillusionment with teenage love, the cost of weddings, and the dreams of the 1960s. Its lead single ‘Take the Money & Run’, released with a video that sees the band let loose among fairground rides and arcade games, is another dusty gem from their jumble sale of influences, stories, and hooks.