SXSW 2021 (online)
STAGE w/ Fierce Panda
Family Jools (confirmed SXSW 2022)
"Don't really hear a lot of music like that at the minute."- Steve Lamacq
"I'm a massive fan. He's got a great voice" - Gordon Smart, RADIO X
Family Jools have been championed by the likes of Steve Lamacq and John Kennedy, This Feeling and CLASH. They will release 'California Sunshine' on 16th July 2021. Their recent single 'Georgia' has clocked up over 300,000 streams on Spotify. The band played SXSW 2021 (online).
Jekyll (confirmed SXSW 2022)
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"Ones to watch" - HUW STEPHENS, RADIO 1
"Pretty epic" - JOHN KENNEDY, RADIO X
Jekyll were spotted at The Great Escape 2018 by Fierce Panda Records and signed on the spot.
Their last 6 singles have been played on Radio 1. Support also from Radio 6 and This Feeling. Played this years SXSW 2021 (online)
"That is a fucking cool song" - Jack Saunders - BBC Radio 1
"Authentic, lo-fi high energy punk rock"- Tom Robinson - BBC Radio 6
New single 'It's Not An Accident, It's Love has already been played by Jack Saunders, Steve Lamacq and John Kennedy on Radio 1, 6 & X. Singles 'Blackout' &' have instantly brought 16 y/olds Polarized Eyes to the attention of the music industry with early support from Tom Robinson at BBC Radio 6.
Enjoyable listens (confirmed SXSW 2022)
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"The avant garde poptastic act you've been waiting for" - SXSW
"Classic" - The Zine
A Fierce Panda band. Enjoyable Listens have gained plays from Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6. The band were signed in October 2021 to Fierce Panda Records. They are currently writing their debut LP to be released in Spring 2021. Confirmed for SXSW 2022.
"La's-esque. With an ear for a big chorus" - Steve Lamacq
"Indie Banger" - Radio 1
Hailing from Coventry this fast rising quartet have wasted no time in creating an arsenal and spellbinding live show of anthemic songs. Their singles have been supported by Radio 1, Radio 6 & Radio X. The Institutes will appeal to fans of Doves, Stone Roses and The La’s.
"One corker of a track" - BBC Introducing
"Soaring Indie"- Mystic Sons
Sweethearts are at the forefront of the 90’s resurgence, looking to make an impact on a scene starved of new bands. influenced by the favourites of yesteryear, including Pavement, Weezer, Teenage Fanclub and Pixies.