Dawn Chorus played in its entirety - HEADLINE

Blank Atlas + Last One Home + Big Lava

The Crofters Rights, Bristol , GB

Entry Requirements: 18
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As some of you may know, we released our debut album, Dawn Chorus in May last year.

To celebrate the anniversary of the album we thought we'd do something special and play the album in its entirety for you all.

Some of these songs we've not managed to play yet so if you like a good deep cut then make sure you grab a ticket!

Join us at The Crofters Rights in Bristol on May 11th and hear our album played in full, and bring your singing voices pls.

We've also got the wonderful Big Lava and Last One Home playing with us.

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Bristol’s least favourite band, Blank Atlas, have been manufacturing distasteful riff cheese since 2015, aimed at fans of everything from McFly to Meshuggah.

2016 saw the release of debut EP ‘Solitude’, recorded by Neil Kennedy (Creeper, Milk Teeth, Press to MECO.) Since then the band have devoted their time to touring and have played shows with bands such as Dream State, Allusondrugs, Fatherson, Anavae and Max Raptor.

Blank Atlas released a new single ‘I Was Told This Is How Wars Start’ at the start of 2018 and 'Sing For Something in the Summer of 2018. Their second EP 'Canvas' is out on the 5th October.

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Although only 18 and 19, Last One Home have been playing venues and festivals across the South West for several years. They are renowned for the effort they put into their performances. Shortly into their set in the Bridgwater Battle of the Bands in 2017, Tom cut his strumming hand badly. He played on with blood pouring onto his guitar and pooling on the stage, finally raising his blood soaked arm triumphantly skywards when the band was declared the winner of the competition.

Last One Home is a modern rock band whose style neatly embraces pop, punk and rock. Their high energy, bold, striking, rock dynamics tinged with some pop melodies create a cloud of sound that engulfs the audience. Explosive tracks have sing-along lyrics driven by rapid drum beats, all held together with strident bass rhythms.

Last One Home are Harry Lowndes, Phil Horler and Tom Westlake. Frontman Tom formed the band while at Wellington School in 2014 and classmate Phil joined as the drummer a year later. Both moved on to Richard Huish College where they met bass player Harry who joined them in 2015.

From the band’s inception, Last One Home played original rock songs written by Tom. Tom enjoyed some song writing and recording success on his own when three of his acoustic tracks, produced when he was 15, were played on BBC Introducing. His rock song writing and recording talents were recognised in 2017 when his song ‘Something to Hope For’ was a finalist in the national Song academy competition. One of the judges, Brit nominee and MOJO winner Rumer stated ‘A good stadium rock song, good melody and strong lyric’ and fellow judge Imogen Heap said Tom ‘had done a great job recording the song himself’.

The band played the only originals set at the touring Fake Festival in Taunton in the Summer of 2017 after scoring highly in a public vote in a competition to be one of the local bands to be put on the bill.

The band recorded and produced five of their songs for their debut EP released in June 2017. Six months earlier saw the release of their first single ‘Bring Down the Storm’. All the songs are played live at their shows in a creative, dynamic set that engages and enthuses the audience from the opening bars of the first song.

The band are currently rehearsing new songs in preparation for playing a much longer set of original songs live in 2018.

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Big Lava