This event is going ahead!
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New music queen Emily Pilbeam has put together a line up of some of the most exciting new music for Independent Venue Week. The broadcast will feature live sessions from...
Bored At My Grandma’s House
Debut EP ‘Sometimes I Forget You’re Human Too’ will be out on 5th February via the ace Clue Records!
Speaking on the EP title Amber says, “Sometimes I forget you’re human too is the realisation that everyone is the same. In the sense that we are all human, everyone has issues and problems to face, everyone makes mistakes and has success. I used to compare myself to others a lot and think ‘wow they have their life together’ or ‘how are they so happy all of the
time’ but that’s not the case it’s just what you can see on the outside…so it’s kind of an EP of self assurance and reminding myself that it’s ok to not have it together all the time because no one does as we’re all just human after all.”
Super super cool indie pop artist with amazing hair, nice tunes and a great taste in music (her own words, but wholly accurate)
"A sparkling pop anthem, ‘I Don’t Know What We Are’ pieces together catchy lyrical hooks and rippling synths; racing through shining melodies and bright vocals." - Little Dose of Indie
The event will be streamed via facebook for free but donations welcome on a Pay As You Feel basis and will be split with the artists and venue to support them further through lockdown.
All performers & crew are paid, but donations welcome to keep us fighting: www.crowdfunder.co.uk/saveoporto
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