Tigers Jaw head to Bristol's Exchange this August as part of their UK tour.
The artistically-charged THORNY caters to the outsider, holding its inaugural run at Mothers Ruin on 19th June.
Soak's debut album is released under Rough Trade in a lush expanse of echoed vocals and dreamy guitar patterns.
Not a lot has changed for Summer Camp, their sickly sweet demeanour continues to prevail with 'Bad Love'.
Pity Sex are set to roll into town both turning some heads and raising some smiles.
Hailing from Alabama, Waxahatchee hits The Fleece with her new album this June.
The Twilight Sad certainly aren’t strangers to Bristol at this point, bordering on double digits for shows if the statistic hasn’t tipped already.
The modest run-time, mainstream appeal and relatively inoffensive content of Eclipse will surely bode well for Twin Shadow.
Having earned a solid reputation as one of Scotland's most promising acts, The Twilight Sad hit The Fleece this April.
There’s a timeless universality that permeates the thirteen tracks present on Waxahatchee’s third album ‘Ivy Tripp’.