Frontman of American indie rock pioneers Grandaddy, Jason Lytle is an often stated influence to many big name bands. Solo since the group split he’s released two albums and had guest collaborations with the likes of Sage Francis, Donovan’s Brain, The Crystal Method and The Band Of Blacky Ranchette. Released in October of last year Lytle’s second full-length record, Dept. Of Disappearance, has been received well by critics, with many seeing it as proof that, despite a career spanning more than twenty years, he continues to cement himself as a standout name in the indie genre.
Earlimart vocalist/guitarist Aaron Espinoza shares a place with headliner Jason Lytle in Cali indie rock four piece, Admiral Radley, and has had his sound compared to Elliot Smith, as well as to his fellow band mate.
Brighton post-folkers Seadog are a four piece combining separate ideas and influences into a myriad sound of lullabies with anthemic electric and acoustic textures. Over the years they have supported the likes of Blue Roses, Pink Mountain Tops and David Bazan.
DOORS 7PM / TICKETS £13:50 + BF