The Ha’pennies // Family Jools // Flowers Of Palo // The Pink Nostalgia

Thursday 19th May

Tickets £6.25   | 19:30

• The Ha’pennies
The Ha’pennies’ music contains elements of acoustic, rock and pop with a bluesy undertone that can sit snuggly in an intimate acoustic event or fill a room with uncapped energy.
Standing on the shoulders of Daniel J Price.

• Family Jools
“I don’t really hear a lot of records like that at the minute”. Definitely something of the 70’s about it. Which sets it apart from a lot of things happening now.” – STEVE LAMACQ, BBC RADIO 6
Family Jools have just come back from USA where they played at SXSW to amazing responses.
Recent single ‘Georgia’ has passed 600,000 streams. Last single ‘California Sunshine’ has had plays from Steve Lamacq & Chris Hawkins on BBC Radio 6.
The band played SXSW 2021 (online) & SXSW 2022. The band will be playing Great Escape.

• Flowers Of Palo
Queer indie-rock outfit from London vai Cornwall. Playing shows from Falmouth to glasgow, Flowers Of Palo float between modern indie-rock, abstract post-punk and beachy cornish surf pop – the band’s sound is one of its own.



• The Pink Nostalgia
The Pink Nostalgia is the electronic-indie solo project by Joseph James, who takes inspiration from the likes of The 1975, Bon Iver, The Japanese House and Wolf Alice to name but a few. With his brand-new single ‘Radio Silence’ set for release on 8th April, Joseph aims to release more new music and bring his captivating live show to new audiences, throughout 2022.