The Cherries consisting of Noah Henry (Vocals), Kai Macleod (Lead), Jamie Forsyth (Rhythm), Leon Florence (Bass), Finlay Hilditch (Drums) and Tom Spencer (Keys) are a 6 piece indie band located in Inverness, Scotland.
Conflict Hope is a group of friends formed in high-school, Scottish hard rockers Conflict Hope knew what they wanted to do from an early age. Bonded by a mutual love of loud rock n roll music, they began playing and writing every day, trying to harness their craft and be the best band that they could. Having being influenced by so many different bands, and loving so many styles that fall underneath the rock n roll umbrella, it was inevitable that their influences would bleed into their sound, creating a unique blend of hard rock, punk and heavy rock, this map of music led Conflict Hope to discover their sound. In 2020 they began to make their first stride into the music industry, releasing their debut single 'Calm Before The Storm', hitting the world with a song full of fast guitar riffs, punchy bass lines, thundering drums and an extremely catchy vocal line, it's a song with loads of twists and turns designed to make you jump around and sing along. Conflict Hope have only just started though, with plenty of music being written, it's only a matter of time before Conflict Hope come crashing through our speakers again, showing the world that rock, is anything but dead.
Drawback are a 3 piece indie rock n roll band formed by three best mates from Glasgow. The band implements their unique chemistry and alternative style to make exciting tunes to contribute to the new wave. The three lads are enriched with attitude and perspective, with an aim to document the adolescent lives they live. This will be Drawbacks FIRST gig!
James Nairn is a Alternative/Indie solo musician from Inverness. His first flawless gig was at Queen's Park Arena in Glasgow in July 2021. This will be James’s third gig!
Music Genres: Alternative, Indie, Rock
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