We’re No Heros // 19th February // £5

Fallow Cafe
£5 // 18+

We’re No Heroes

Cardiff three-piece We’re No Heroes will be touring the UK in February 2016 in support of their latest release and double a-side vinyl ‘Voodoo/Stay Weird’. The hotly tipped trio released the vinyl last November via Spiral Icon, inc. indie-funk infused single Stay Weird as well as indie-punk belter Voodoo Dates.The band combine raw, punk and indie energy, fusing this sound with grooves and melodies akin to soul act Jungle, creating their own unique and exciting sound. Stay Weird kicks off with a sharp guitar hook before developing into their groove-laden indie disco style. The song is an ode to feeling proud of being different and letting what’s unique about yourself grow instead of holding back.Voodoo is the edgier side of the single, but it’s origins come from a very personal place. Lyrically, it captures the uncertainty following a painful break up, and the need to move on into the unknown before being able to truly find happiness. While the theme may sound heavy duty, the upbeat guitar and driving vocals creates a truly accomplished party song. Both singleshavegained a number of supporters upon release from BBC Radio 1 (Huw Stephens), BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq), BBC Radio Wales (Adam Walton & Bethan Elfyn) and Amazing Radio (Shell Zenner)

You are warmly welcomed by Dantevilles – who wish to keep you close as they stray themselves off the beaten track. With their rubber soles trekking Manchester’s rainwater through the corridors which lay between genres, the four-piece collective hold open the door and offer their alternative take on British guitar music. With a desire to conceive something fresh, they maintain a raw central aesthetic as they invite you round their craft.

Atlas Eyes
Atlas Eyes are a British five piece Alt Rock band formed in Liverpool.
Their well written ambient but hard hitting track’s make you want to listen to them again and again!
Picked up by “BBC introducing” you will no doubt be seeing more of them soon!