Glass Mountain and Flat Four Records present...
2pm - 10pm
£7 OTD | Lazy Sunday Afternoon: a celebration of DIY & Independent bands in and around the Leeds music scene. KRAM NIGHT OWLS Still Life
Noisey, progressive, high energy two-piece from Leeds with heavy influences from Arcane Roots, Melvins and Radiohead.
Leeds finest grunge pop trio return to Wharf Chambers to turn everyone's brains to jam. Expect well crafted hooks bedded in a huge fuzzy wall of sound.
Porter & May
A neo-psych 4 piece from Preston influenced by the likes of Zero 7, Temples, Warpaint and PJ Harvey. Blending a driving rhythm section with haunting vocal harmonies of politically charged lyrics that echo the band's valued themes of diversity and equality.
Indie Punk from York inspired by the likes of The Cribs & Placebo, the energetic 4 piece instantly stamped their name on the scene. Championed by BBC Introducing, the band have performed at Leeds and Reading Festival in 2016 and featured on Radio 1.
DIY to the bone, Leeds' Chest Pains combine vicious Kraut-influenced post punk with an energy reminiscent of Thee Oh Sees & Ty Segall, definitely not to be missed.
Autumn Diet Plans
4 piece from Nottingham chanelling 90's influenced grunge/psych/space rock returning to blow the roof off Wharf Chambers once more. Expect Oasis covers and boneshaking riffs.
Firmly in the cinematic alt-rock category, Bradford quartet Glass Mountain make sky-high, life-affirming guitar music that empowers and devastates in equal measure with a heart-wrenching balance of aggression and delicacy. Their arrangements are complex; their lyrics confessional and poetic; they’re artistic without being inaccessible and they’re one of the most promising and accomplished new acts in recent memory.
Lazy Sunday Afternoon: a celebration of DIY & Independent bands in and around the Leeds music scene.