Plastic Glass blend punchy, riff-heavy indie rock with anthemic pop choruses to create their own unique sound, taking influences from a range of artists across the pop/rock world. After receiving support on their previous releases from the likes of Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music), Clint Boon (XS Manchester) and BBC Introducing. The band have announced that after four years together this will be their final show and will celebrate playing all their tracks for one last big party.
With an emphasis on Soaring vocal melodies, dirty fuzz guitar lines and synaesthetic electronics, Sunderland’s noyou are carving a genre-bending path for themselves. Emerging in early 2019 with their debut single ‘The War’, they’ve followed through with a captivating slew of tracks. From the luscious, dense electronic soundscape of ‘Underneath the Pain’ to the pumped-up indie rock anthem ‘We’re so Sorry’, their sound is drenched in a day-glo aesthetic that’s universally melodic and well-produced, resulting in an exciting, expansive and maximalist experiment in indie synth pop.