SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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Deadletter

Experts in the field of intensity, DEADLETTER seamlessly switch from conversational verses into a mix of unadulterated post-punk fury and irresistible rhythm, addressing themes such as bureaucracy, loss of personal identity, and modern-day consumerism.

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Gemma Rogers

Part poet, part playwright – Gemma Rogers paints us pictures of everyday observations in life through the lens of a sassy raconteur. A London girl through and through, Gemma bounds through the capital city weaving her sonic stories into our everyday lives.

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Reignmaker

Quickly rising up through the underground scene of their native Liverpool, passionate indie quintet Reignmaker have already established a distinctive style. Combining swelling rock and roll textures with soaring vocal chorus’ and lyrics filled with a striking poignancy, their sound is one that is impossible to ignore.

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Velkro

Velkro fuse the dark, atmospheric sound of gothic rock with the lush and dreamy sound of shoegaze. Their music is influenced by bands such as The Cure, Warpaint and My Bloody Valentine. This produces haunting, melodic songs with a twist of melancholy and mystery.

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SUN KING

Hailing from York, Sun King have gained themselves a fierce reputation as ones to watch. Taking influence from the past and present, their sound has a 60/70s acid washed feel with a gritty, funky, bluesy twist.

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Lizzie Reid

Lizzie Reid’s music, so far, is an open exploration of the young Glaswegian’s experiences of love, loss, identity and modern life.  Drawing comparisons to contemporaries like Laura Marling, Angel Olsen and Julia Jacklin, Reid has an honest vulnerability which shines through in her songs creating a mature, steely-eyed reflection on the topics she tackles.

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Tina Sandwich

Tina Sandwich‘s music is a circus of thunder and theatrics, combining classic rockisms with all the romp and pomp of synthesised pop. From opening the Belladrum main stage to rocking a sold-out King Tuts, Tina Sandwich and her band kick up a fuss wherever they go.

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Brodie Milner

Brodie Milner wears his songs like an ill fitted suit. Combining intelligent lyricism with intricate melodies, his music feels nuanced, evocative, and a bit too sad for a summer’s party. Listeners can expect to hear influences from the likes of Ben Howard, Big Thief, Fontaines D.C, Bob Dylan, Father John Misty, and some novelists you’ve probably heard of.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

ARC 2

ARC’s theatre space is transformed into a music venue for Stockton Calling. For this event we’re calling it ARC 2 and it’s situated on the ground floor.

The Kids Are Solid Gold Logo

Curating this years stage are promoters The Kids Are Solid Gold; a promoter based in the North East of England. They are responsible early shows across the region by many of the UK’s most successful acts including Mumford & Sons, James Bay, The Vaccines, FanfarloFatherson, The Howl & The Hum and The Snuts. The promoter is a fervent champion of the very best in new and emerging acts and also co-promotes Twisterella Festival and Songs From Northern Britain.

Access information

ARC’s building is fully wheelchair accessible. There is level flooring throughout the building. A lift is available. There are accessible toilets on every floor. ARC 2 is located on the ground floor of the building.

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SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024


Ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult. No under 14’s.

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