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Actress and Bishop (official)
36 Ludgate Hill, B3 1EH Birmingham, United Kingdom
HARRY JORDAN + NONSUCH + SPEAK, BROTHER + NATALIE HOLMES + HUNGER MOON
Doors 7pm • Ages 18+
— Hot off the back of the development of the @Birmingham Tribes networking evenings, the work of the Birmingham Music Coalition and the Birmingham Music Awards, September 14th 2018 will play host to Pivotal
the first music industry conference in Birmingham.
— At just 26 years old, Harry Jordan
has made her mark on the Rock n Roll scene, creating a new brand of decadent Rockabilly, which has earnt her the coveted title of BBC Introducing Artist Of The Week, noted as ‘The Best of Boomtown’ on the Steve Lamacq show and earning praise from the original Queen of Rockabilly ‘Wanda Jackson.
Writing, exploring, doing everything a band should be doing. Bringing the storm to a venues, experimenting with our sounds.
— Vulnerable, honest, ethereal: this is the music of Speak, Brother
Boasting a powerful indie-folk-rock sound with subtle hymnal and gospel tones, their story based anthems have drawn comparisons to the likes of Of Monsters and Men, Kodaline and Fleet Foxes.
— Bristol-based singer/songwriter Natalie Holmes
writes lilting, haunting and yet somehow invigorating pop, with honey-toned vocals and an incredible depth to every song.
— Formed during the winter of 2017 in the heart of Birmingham’s warehouse and creative quarter, cinematic indie pop duo Hunger Moon
are vocalist Natalie Jenkins and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist James Attwood.
They have wasted no time establishing themselves as ones to watch, having received coverage from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, It’s All Indie and shared stages with the likes of Adam French, Joseph J Jones and Joe Dolman. Hunger Moon were handpicked by Rough Trade Records to appear at this year’s Y Not Festival alongside appearances at Lunar Festival and 110 Above Festival.