On Thursday 4 April, our BSc Live and Technical Events students will broadcast a show full of band performances and interviews – live on Facebook! Presented by Trent TV’s Alexander Greensmith, this episode will showcase the upcoming talent coming out of Nottingham!
BRIA is a 20-year-old country pop singer/songwriter from Derbyshire, UK. Combining traditional country roots with catchy pop melodies, she tells stories of love, loss and friendship. Her main musical influences consist of indie-folk singer/songwriter Jake Bugg, Swedish duo First Aid Kit and Phoebe Bridgers. Since starting out in 2017, BRIA has already made her debut at Splendour and has recently worked with producer Gareth Jones on her upcoming single which is set to be released in June 2019.
BRIA has just been announced to play on the Confetti stage at Splendour 2019!
Boundless in the elements from which she draws her inspiration, Elocin is known for her unique ability to craft exquisite and authentic songs and is as comfortable playing solo or with her backing guitarist, Greg Forsyth and session band.
Elocin forthcoming debut EP, “These Long Nights” is set to capture the tenderness and poignant journey from youth to womanhood and the soul-stirring milestones that shaped her.
The Fine Art Society are a 3-piece punk-indie band from Nottingham. Taking Influences from bands like The Menzingers and Gaslight Anthem, the trio has performed to appreciative crowds across the country including prestigious support slots at the Rescue Rooms, Night and Day Café and London’s Half Moon. The band are currently working on their second E.P after several recent single releases.
Marty is an all-female band with members from Nottingham and Derby. Their music is pop with hints of pop-punk, soul and a few other genres mixed in due to the trios varied influences. The band are bringing out 5 tracks this year, with their first that has just been officially released and played on BBC Introducing East Midlands.