Birmingham boys and summer vibe enthusiasts Jaws are finally gracing Bristol with their intensely chilled out surf-pop.
With comparisons and influences thrown about left right and centre when it comes to Baby Strange, expectations are high upon their visit to The Louisiana.
After taking Brighton's Great Escape festival by storm, Baby Strange are taking their raucous punk across the UK on a nine-date tour, landing in Bristol on 1st June for a visit to Louisiana.
If any band deserves success, it's Augustines. Although, judging by tonight, it seems like they're happy enough already. Packed out with dedicated fans, the Trinity Centre swells with huge singalongs and raw emotion.
Augustines are three dudes from Brooklyn who write gut-wrenching, goosebump-inducing rock songs with a huge, stadium-ready sound.
"They're a band who don't need to shout to be heard."
In the grotty basement of the Exchange, great things are about to happen. It’s classic Skaters – fast, full of hooks and without pause for breath.
Although they didn't put on an outrageous display, they still nailed the show with their tiny but impressive back catalog so far, which is a difficult feat. Especially when you've just left school.
It seems Orwells have it all; catchy choruses, riffs that will infiltrate your brain for days, and a refreshing, genuine spontaneity. They take on Thekla on the 1st of March. This isn’t one to miss.
With the joy of their first number one album behind them, London sweethearts Bombay Bicycle Club are setting off to share their happiness with the UK in a string of dates next month, landing in Bristol on the 12th.