This Feeling’s ‘Big In’ gigs are legendary, a perfect launching point for any band hoping to go big in the twelve months which follow. This year, we’re going to take a look at every band playing across six nights in four different cities.
The ‘big one’ takes place at Nambucca, London on 19th January 2019. With 8 bands on the line up, it’s sure to be something incredible!
Zuzu is on a whole host of ‘ones to watch’ lists for a reason, the Liverpudlian is destined for the top. Star quality aside, she is both likeable and intriguing, songs such as ‘Can’t Be Alone’ emphasise this.
Upbeat and melodic, we can only assume that Zuzu is set to become one of the greats of a city music scene which has given rise to the likes of The Beatles, The Coral and Echo & The Bunnymen.
For fans of: Black Honey, Tom Grennan, Amy Winehouse
Sad Boys Club
Sad Boys Club are atmospheric, modern and entirely listenable. There’s a reason they’ve been recently storming radio waves across the country. Tracks such as ‘American Spirit’ sums up a lyrical ability which mixes both nostalgia and youthful angst.
Sad Boys Club are set to follow in the footsteps of bands such as The 1975 – their brand of music is entirely relevant, they will no doubt go big in 2019!
For fans of: The 1975, Foals, Peace
This Feeling’s ‘Big In 2019’ gig at Nambucca will give gig goers the opportunity to check out of a bitter January night. Here, they will be met with the tropical, elegant summer sounds of Lacuna Bloome.
Suited especially to the live setting whether it be at a festival or local venue, the Brighton band wouldn’t sound out of place at the height of Britpop, or 2019 for that matter!
For fans of: The Stone Roses, White Room, The Vryll Society
From first listen, The Estevans are a whirlwind of confidence. A throwback to the height of naughties indie rock, the Guildford formed band are a refreshing renaissance for all things guitar.
Listen out for ‘2 Minutes From The Lincoln,’ their confident debut outing. Loud and boisterous, its lyrics give all the reasons as to why these boys are destined for rock and roll staredom.
For fans of: The Libertines, The Courteeners, Arctic Monkeys, Sheafs
Youth Killed It
Having formed in 2017, Youth Killed It have become one of the most accomplished bands on the line up. Relentless touring and releases have lead them to the beginning of 2019 in fine style.
Latest album What’s So Great, Britain? taps into the never ending problems the country faces. Despite this, it is musically upbeat. Lyrically sublime, this band come into their own in the live setting!
For fans of: Bloc Party, Yonaka, Spring King
Latenight Honeymoon describe their sound as swooning guitar driven dream-pop, if that and their effortlessly crisp image is to go by then the London band are onto something special! Best suited to crisp summer evenings, their sound centres upon powerful imagery and strong lyricism.
Be sure to check out ‘Lost on You,’ it is both youthful and nostalgic.
For fans of: The 1975, Anteros, Peace
GETRZ have a commitment to touring which is relentless. They have played across the country over the past twelve months and show no signs of stopping. Latest single ‘Diazefram’ is relevant, a perfect starting point for any new listener.
‘Big In 2019’ at Nambucca comes follow the release of latest single ‘Bite.’ Energetic and gripping, they have a live show not to be missed!
For fans of: Arctic Monkeys, The Vaccines, Reverend & The Makers
Hands Off Gretel
Energetic, relentless and powerful, Hands Off Gretel have a live show like no other. The Yorkshire formed grunge pop four-piece are led by Lauren Tate, who is destined to stardom. With support from outlets such as Kerrang, Planet Rock and Northern Exposure, be sure to check out lead singles ’S.A.S.S’ and ‘Kiss Me Girl.’
For fans of: Nirvana, Hole, Starcrawler
Follow @eudaemoniablog on Twitter
Image via This Feeling
Follow us on Facebook: