Armed with jangling guitars and spitting lyrics, London based indie rock band Gingerella have more than charmed listeners across England with their ever growing collection of demos – ‘Who Dear? Me Dear?’ – racking up tens of thousands of listens on Soundcloud, and after consistent sold out gigs across London, Gingerella are finally taking their show on the road.
Pairing youthful spunky energy with heartbreaking melodies, Gingerella pair nostalgia with modernism through their observational lyrics and sexual ambiguity. Catch them on the Southern leg of The Gingerella Jamboree tour in a venue near you.
The Misty are a London-based four-piece, blending sixties surf rock and traditional pop with noughties indie. As if Dick Dale & The Del-Tones were trying to be The Beatles while prophesying the avent of The Strokes. Kind of.
He has been described as the “JD Salinger of Pop” (“Rock And Folk”) and Q Magazine welcomed his come-back album “A Trip To The Coast” (2014 / Tapete Records) as “a welcome return for a long lost treasure”, Francoise Hardy provided backing vocals for his 80s Hit “Tommy & Co”, his albums were produced by people like Ian Broudie and Etienne Daho and recently he was invited as a special guest by Pete Doherty to open his Liverpool show. In a nutshell, since the early 80’s, Bill Pritchard has shown that he is at the top of his game. Catch him at The Social opening the night with his very special guest: Frederic Lo.