Following a year of captivating reside audiences, UK punk band Perfect Club have recorded a 5 track EP, inspired by life in the second city.

Poking entertaining at press and politics, the band have an acerbic wit, matched by a colossal punk sound. Dan’s vocals blast by means of the speakers and Patrick supplies massive bluesy riffs and enthralling melodies. Think Slaves (UK) with a second city twang from a group of lads who have honed their craft in front of reside crowds, week following week.

With assistance from BBC Introducing and regional music press, the band are set to take off in a large way in 2017, with dates about the UK, and more new music towards an album at the end of the year.

Excellent Club Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Playing Dead’ beneath:

Plus support from BEAUMONT

With a brief run of dates alongside UK pop punk hot house Light You Up and WSTR, then playing a quantity of shows up and down the country with Homebound and Evarose Birmingham-primarily based newcomers Beaumont proudly released their debut EP Practically nothing on 2nd Might 2016 by way of Reclaim Music (PVRIS, Light You Up, A Loss For Words).

Taking their name from a Shakespearean character in Henry V who died without uttering a single word, the quartet of pals aren’t quite your common bunch of lads rising up from the city’s derelict industrial centre in Digbeth, Birmingham. With an admirable passion and resilience amidst what they call their “miserable and mundane” surroundings, they’ve got a flair for a unique melody with a melancholy twist as evidenced on the new material, made by John Mitchell (Decrease Than Atlantis, You Me At Six) at Outhouse studios. With members that have already toured and played with bands like Light You Up, Four Year Powerful, ROAM, State Champs and A Loss For Words over the final couple of years, Beaumont already have a pedigree that’s difficult to deny, even at this fledgling stage, picking up early assistance from Rock Sound, Discovered Magazine, Kerrang! Radio, Amazing Radio, Punktastic and more.

Beaumont links: Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Cheapside’ under:

Plus assistance from THOUSAND MOUNTAIN

Monolithic riffs from Birmingham’s new alt/ math rock power trio. Ferocious musicianship combined with an unforgettable reside experience make TSND MNTN an act not to be missed.

Thousand Mountain hyperlinks: Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Falling’ under:

beginning on 2017-02-24 00:00:00

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