with support from The Nature Centre and Watch Paint Dry
Family Tea Records presents a night of live music at Cafe Kino
The brain child of Lancaster-based singer/songwriter Stephen Hudson, Dog Daisies is a recording project inspired by motorways, 80's films, midnight walks and the Lancashire coastline. https://dogdaisies.bandcamp.com/releases
"A Unique Singer-Songwriter"
"The Real Deal"
NO FUN MAGAZINE
The Nature Centre
Quirky indie-pop from Birmingham, The Nature Centre plays three-minute pop songs, stuffed with ideas like a suitcase packed too late.
The band is Beth Hopkins on wind, banjo, synth and vocals, Oli Pyper on bass, synth and vocals, Hamish Campbell-Legg on drums, and Bird on guitar. http://thenaturecentre.com/ https://thenaturecentre.bandcamp.com/
help The Nature Centre finish their debut album here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-the-nature-centre-make-an-album-for-your-ears
"...The kind of fololoppy pop that Syd Barrett might make if he headed up a harmony girl group under the influence." Unorthodox Paradox
"...A little Syd-era Floyd meets quality indie pop, all wrapped up in lovely Brummieness." Hearing Aid blog
Watch Paint Dry
Watch paint dry is the moniker of Elsie Plimmer. Fragile & experimental lo-fi to think and bop to. Beautifully crafted songs with gently swaying loops and vocals. https://watchpaintdry.bandcamp.com/