SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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LINEUP

Lucia & The Best Boys

Lucia & The Best Boys, led by the enigmatic Lucia, emerged triumphantly with their groundbreaking album, Burning Castles, in September 2023. The band have supported Wolf Alice, Dream Wife, and Biffy Clyro, leaving audiences in awe of their immersive presence. They have performed at TRNSMT, in front of a colossal home crowd, marking her as one of Scotland’s brightest talents. Lucia also graced the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds Festival, captivating audiences with her magnetic energy.

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Megan Wyn

Megan Wyn has supported The K’s, Trampolene and wowed Isle of Wight Festival not once but twice last year. Still in her teens but nailed on for a big future. For fans of Fleetwood Mac, Amy Macdonald, Andrew Cushin.

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CUSP

Centered around singer-songwriter Dan Stock, CUSP know their way around festival-ready anthems, intimate ballads and a broad scope of classic, melodic pop-rock songs. Across their collection of early demos and recordings ‘Songs (Vol.1-3)’ they have set out an early but clear vision of how guitar music still can feel familiar and brand new at the same time.

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Spielmann

Like Jack Antonoff producing The War On Drugs, or Phoenix if they’d grown up on heartland Americana, Spielmann’s take on modern pop, and how it aligns with alternative music, is studied, honed and purposeful, expansive yet intimate, with a tongue firmly planted in its cheek and stadium-ready choruses that will stick in your head for days.

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TV Death

Influenced by growing up in the Northeast of England or as they like to call it the “punching bag of the south.”, TV Death deliver dark lyrics with a distinctly sharp abrasiveness over a potent blend of garage rock, horror pop and post-punk.

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Jen Dixon

Jen Dixon is a UK singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the industrial North East coast of England who blends mature indie-pop themes with soaring, catchy and relatable songs.

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Risco

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Lost in Translation

Straight out of the North-East of England (apart from Matt), Lost in Translation have been making waves with their unique, wide-open sound. With fusions of pop, rock and funk, their monumental aura backs the heartfelt lyrics and soaring melodies written by their frontman, Tom. As best friends, the chemistry between the band translates into their tight, punchy live and studio performances.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

NE Volume Music Bar

A welcome addition to the musical map in Stockton-on-Tees, NE Volume Music Bar, situated on Yarm Lane hosts live music to suit all tastes. Ranging from original ska bands to metal and more, we have all bases covered.

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Access information

Ground floor building. Level access throughout. Wheelchair ramp available if required.

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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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