TYRANTS / BLVFF / FLAKE / HONEY FACTORY

The Actress and Bishop, Birmingham.

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £7.70 (£7.00)

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** Please note this show is STRICTLY 18, ID will be needed by all u25's to gain entry to the venue*
 
The Future Sound Project returns to Actress and Bishop (official) for a night showcasing some of the best live bands the Midlands has to offer.
 
Tyrants
 
Tyrants are a young, high energy band from the Black Country. They have created a diverse sound with influences coming from British punk, classic rock, indie and hip-hop. With groovy, chunky riffs and an obvious passion for their music, Tyrants are a must see live act
 
BLVFF
 
‘’Stadium sized rock anthems bursting with justified confidence’’ – This Feeling / Gig Wise
 
Hailing from the Midlands, BLVFF carry an authentic ethos throughout their musical offerings, which are destined for the big time. Bound by a brotherly connection, their dark, Brit-rock, anthemic like sound, has catapulted them on to the national scene. The full force and mystique of BLVFF, is best enjoyed in a live environment. With record perfect performances, the band has been hailed by fans and critics alike, across the country. As well as being named as one of This Feelings “Big In 2020” bands, plays from BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, as well as features and support from, Fred Perry Subculture, Marshall Amps, Born Music Online, Little Indie Blogs and Indie Central, have set the stone for BLVFF’S first 18 months in existence.
 
With so much under their belts already, its time to believe in the BLVFF.
 
Flake
 
3 piece alternative rock band, brum born and bred, take your mom to bed, smoking in the shed.
 
Honey Factory
 
Ed, James, Grant & Josh from Cannock, Staffordshire take all things from 60s Americana, 70s rock n roll and British indie to create a bright, colourful style of music that gives a sense of nostalgia.
 
CIRCA 201294.
 
Drawing inspiration from bands such as Against Me!, The Wonder Years and Smashing Pumpkins, CIRCA 201294. originally started as a solo project by Josh Carter and has evolved into a band gradually over the year. The four piece alt. rock band hail from Wolverhampton, and intend to leave a mark with their music wherever they go.