Thursday 10th August sees a stellar lineup of artist at The Castle Hotel in Manchester (Oldham Street), with all three bands having played at this years Warrington Music Festival in May.
Joining Alt Pop three piece Delphina Kings, will be Weekend Wars and Black Pulp.
Check out their performances below and if you like what you hear, tickets are on sale now via Delphina Kings Music Glue website here.
Delphina Kings may only have been founded in 2016, but Chris Gibson (guitar/vocals)
and Andy Hoskinson (bass guitar) have been playing together for years, and with high school friend Pete Gibson joining the lineup, things are looking exciting for the alternative pop trio.
Since forming late in 2015, the 5 piece from St Helens/ Merseyside received very early and continued support by BBC Merseyside Introducing, and have also seen airplay from 6 Music (Steve Lamacq & 6 Music Recommends), Amazing Radio, Virgin Radio, BBC Radio Scotland amongst other specialist shows, stations and student radio.
In June their first 2 self released singles were released as a double A side 7” as part of the `Flying Vinyl’ series June edition (https://www.flyingvinyl.co.uk/ )
From performing at Liverpool Sound City, to recording their first interview and acoustic session with BBC Merseyside Introducing, via being playlisted by (amongst others) Spotify Australia & New Zealand, the band continue to gig around the North West at every opportunity.
Presenting Black Pulp. A band formed out of Liverpool/ Warrington taking influences from Indie, Pop and Rock to create a sound that stands on its own two feet.
Using guitar fronted music to create an encapsulating sonic live atmosphere bringing something different to the table.
Since the band’s inception, they have released three official singles, all of which have had support and airplay on BBC Introducing (BBC Radio Merseyside & BBC Radio Ulster)
They were featured in the Manchester Evening News’: ‘Bands and acts to watch out for in 2017’:
The 2017 single, Cry Again has currently amassed over 120’000 streams on Spotify.
You can find Lovestruck (Delphina Kings) and Cry Again (Black Pulp) on the 2017 [WAM] Music Festival compilation, which is available to download for free!