Rock the Basment: Don't Forget Rupert

Hope & Anchor - Upper St, Islington.

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Full Line Up: Don't Forget Rupert, Elefantasy, Swan Kings, Tell Me I'm Pretty, Unicorn Hunters, Yearn, Ann-Marie Cross

Make Good Friday a great Friday with Absent Kelly at the Hope & Anchor.

Coming all the way from Nottingham to headline the show is Don’t Forget Rupert. Indie rockers Don't Forget Rupert come at you with catchy hooks and feel good vibes that nod towards Panic! at the Disco and The 1975; the result is distinctly contagious and altogether captivating! This signature sound has seen them championed by BBC Introducing!

Elefantasy are a London outfit who play lazy, punky indie that has seen them impress many an audience member, soundman and promoters alike. With tons of great reviews for their latest EP, we can’t wait to see what they’re going to pull out of the bag!

Local North London six piece Swan Kings will be bringing their brand of alt/indie to the stage. Reminiscent of Arcade Fire and Radiohead, these guys play complex, yet catchy rock.

Packed full of catchy riffs and upbeat fun, Tell Me I’m Pretty are a Coventry outfit who have been featured on BBC Introducing and get great reviews for their latest single.

Doncaster trio, Unicorn Hunters will be there too. These guys already have quite a name for themselves on their local scene and now they’re ready to show the Capital what they’ve got.

Yearn are a Manchester five piece who play grungy, shoegazeish, atmospheric indie rock. Their sound is totally unique and truly compelling!

Opening the show is Oxford singer-songwriter Ann-Marie Cross. With her delicate sound and captivating vocals, Ann-Marie has bagged radio airplay thanks for her truly beautiful sound!