Hallencourt, a quintet from Cardiff, burst into the hardcore/metalcore scene during the late winter months of 2012. Since then they have been performing live across the country, including a UK tour with Avenge The Heartache, and a planned UK tour with Districts in November, as well as a support slot for Vanna, Odessa, and Surrender The Coast.
Midnight Faces is a new duo of comprised of musicians Matthew Warn and Philip Stancil. The DC-based duo’s debut single “Feel This Way” makes its premiere via music discovery website Baeble Music today.
Without Maps are a four-piece punk band hailing from Nottingham. Drawing comparisons to the likes of Hot Snakes, Meneguar and Pretty Girls Make Graves the band have been making waves across the UK as a result of their energetic live performances and strong DIY ethics – aside from playing music together, the band also co-run a DIY practice space and venue, and run their own independent record label, 49s v Dolphins.
The Marivaux are a four piece indie band hailing from Manchester. Last summer the lads spent two weeks touring around Europe on the Maribus, playing some fantastic venues along the way – Barfly (London), Pop (Paris), Rock Box (Luxembourg), Propaganda (Prague), White Trash (Berlin) and the Waterhole (Amsterdam) to name just a few.
Born out of the ashes of Larrikin Love, The Treatment and Marner Brown, K are set to release their first single ‘Too Young to Die’, [1st April] with their debut album ‘RISE’ following in the Summer. The band funded the making of the album through fan-driven music label PledgeMusic. Respected for the power of their live shows and addictive songs, they look set for great things in 2013.