Breakfast Records go on tour this month, but don’t fret as they present the Pork Pie EP launch at Bristol’s Hare on the Hill, 30th.
Loma’s self-titled debut is out now on Sub Pop, with them playing Rough Trade on 1st June.
Modern Rituals play the Crofters Rights on 23rd June, with their debut out this month on Holy Roar.
Chaouche’s debut album, Safe, is out on 15th June. She plays the Old Bookshop on the 14th, plus Green Man, 16-19th August.
June sees Colston’s final main hall show, with CH Presents ramping up from this month. The venue is set to reopen as normal from summer 2020.
Wasuremono play Nightbus at Mr Wolf’s on 19th May, with their album Something Left Behind out now.
Dogeyed’s debut EP Throw The Bones is out this month, with them supporting The Spook School at The Lanes on the 9th.
Japanese Breakfast plays Thekla on 16th May, with Soft Sounds From Another Planet out now on Dead Oceans.
Our May cover stars and interview with OSHUN ahead of their show at The Fleece on 15th May.
This month's Bristol Because features Richard Walsh of 1% of One Promotions / Art Is Hard Records, sharing his city favourites.