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ECHO GECCO + THE HUBBARDS + DEAD AGENTS + LOST TIGER
Echo Gecco is a three-piece that seeks variety in their sound. Based on the foundation of alternative rock, they turn stones and stitch together myriad influences. Live shows are thought out to provide the audience with a wide range of energy. The band are keen to begin recording regularly and take the band’s ethos into the studio.
The Hubbards is a four-piece indie band from Hull. 2017 saw the band perform in various cities, including Machester’s Deaf Institute, Leicester’s The Shed and London’s Sebright Arms. 2018 has also been quite successful for the band so far, with festival performances at Live At Leeds and Scruff of the Neck, as well as having one of their singles, ‘Easy Go’, featuring on the famous reality TV show, Made in Chelsea.
Their latest release, ‘Your Love, Your Love (Your Love)’ is winning the hearts of current and newfound fans all over the UK.
“effortlessly combines the universal trepidations of the early twenties with indie pop tones.” – EarMilk
“A smattering of deliciously woozy singles cementing them as one of the most original indie-pop bands around at the moment” – Louder Than War
Watch the official music video for ‘Your Love, Your Love (Your Love)’ below:
Dead Agents are an alternative rock band hailing from the West Midlands who blend catchy melody with heavy riffs and stomping drums. After recently finishing the band’s debut EP “Dead Agents EP” at Walsall’s Vigo Studios they are about to unleash it live on gigging across the UK.
Watch the official music video for ‘Haters’ below:
Lost Tiger is based in the West Midlands. Launched in December 2016, the identical twins were swiftly recruited to the roster of London based agency Coalition Agency for the 2017 summer university ball circuit. This saw the lads comfortably entertain crowds of up to 3000 supporting acts such as Tinie Tempah, Wheatus and Fuse ODG across the UK.
Zac (lead vocals and guitar) and Alfie (drums and vocals) have written, recorded and self-released their own material, which is now available on all major platforms. Their live act shows influences of early Kasabian and Arctic Monkeys fused with more mainstream radio sounds of The Amazons, Tom Grennan, The Sherlocks and Harry Styles.
“Great guys, great melodies and a great live show” – Andrew Marston’s (BBC Introducing)
Watch and Listen to ‘Come Out With Me’ below: