Della B/South Coast Casino/Civic Green/Last Living Cannibal

Friday 21st January

Tickets £6.25   | 19:30

Della B

“With songs that wouldn’t sound out of a place on a Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack, Della B blend the breezy, west coast sound of the 70s with elements of funk, soul and their own unique brand of classic rock.”

South Coast Casino

South Coast Casino are an Indie/Rock band who started out their musical journey forming in Bournemouth having met at university. Now graduated Alex JD (Singer), Sam Over (Lead Guitar), Mikey Davis (Bass) and Dan Johnston (Drums), have now based themselves in the big city of London where they have already sold out 3 headline shows in the summer of 2021 in their new HQ setting. The band have been involved in a wide range of support shows across the south coast of England where they look to increase their exposure and continue to grow the fan base.

Civic Green

We are Civic Green a melodic four-piece Indie Rock’n’Roll band, hailing from former mining villages around South Yorkshire UK. Civic Green’s nonsense, driven, distinguished sound shows maturity beyond their years. The band’s debut single “There Is Always A Light” and “City Streets” their second release, have established the band as one of the UK’s most exciting unsigned acts. Both tracks have received international airplay, in 2022 this group should be one of the UK’s front runners on the festival stage. The first single of their new 5 track EP titled “A Million Little Pieces” amplifies their sound to another level, with orchestral backing this is an anthemic song that will be chanted at the big stages. The band plan to roll out the remaining 4 tracks over the for coming months with a tour to accompany the anticipated release.

Last Living Cannibal

Last Living Cannibal is the project of songwriter and producer Allister Kellaway. It began in late 2019 as a small side project with a few songs written on guitar and drum machine, eventually morphing into a full-time endeavour once lockdown came into effect in 2020. What resulted was the release “7 Years” in March 2021, an album about the struggle between optimism and melancholy and coming to terms with the subtle loss of innocence in early adulthood.