The Promoter That Helped Launch Red Rum Club, The K’s, Crawlers & The Royston Club Announce Their Tips For ‘24!

And they don’t often miss…The Lathums, The K’s, Red Rum Club, The Mysterines, Seb Lowe, The Lilacs, Spangled, Overpass, Rosellas and many more have played these shows. So if you’re around for these gigs (starting today!) grab a ticket now and check out their A-Zone long-list below.
“This Feeling help young bands get opportunities that seem so far away, such as playing huge UK festivals, getting great quality content and and overall support. Coming from nothing they really helped us take our feet off the ground and grow our career and gave us the utensils to become more equipped musicians, artists and a band!” Crawlers 
‘This Feeling were massive for us starting out. They represented our first opportunity to break out of Liverpool and play other cities across the UK for the first time.’  Red Rum Club 
“This Feeling were the first to get us going on the gig circuit and we’ve never looked back. This Feeling is always at the forefront of championing the best up and coming new music, and has the track record to prove it. The support This Feeling give to new and established artists is unparalleled!” The K’s
“This Feeling were one of the first promoters to get behind us. They gave us opportunities from when we first started, through to headline shows of our own and some of our first festival slots, including a ‘Big In’ performance back in 2021 which gave us some real exposure in the midst of a Covid lockdown!” The Royston Club 
Tickets £10 + a v ltd ‘Big in 2024’ triple vinyl with all profits to Teenage Cancer Trust is on sale now 


A-Zone…(words by Michael Adams)


Leeds five-piece strive for something purer than most. Emotive indie brilliance that will take them to the top.

FFO Arcade Fire, The War on Drugs, Viola Beach

Acoustic Odds  

Viral sensations from Widnes look set for a break out year with their heartfelt anthems.

FFO Starsailor, The Lathums, Louis Dunford


Two singles in and the Bristol/Newport gang sound like mainstage contenders already.

FFO DMA’s, Chappaqua Wrestling, Planet


Escape the mundane with Blackpool’s indie rock party starters.

FFO The Twang, Reverend & The Makers, The Assist


The Wigan newcomers stray from the intensity of The Courteeners debut to the spelling-binding guitars of Doves.

FFO Courteeners, Doves, Rosellas


Guy Garvey championed Manchester rock ‘n’ roll anthem makers.

FFO Oasis, The La’s, Rosellas

The Avelles 

Leeds lads come armed with guitars drenched in sunshine and unifying choruses.

FFO Courteeners, DMA’s, The Royston Club

Bag of Cans 

Comical lunacy and joyous melody collide from Fierce Panda Records new signings.

FFO Blur, Super Furry Animals, Spangled

Billy Otto

Australia’s next break out star finds a sonic crossroad somewhere between The Beatles, Nirvana and ABBA.

FFO MGMT, Gang of Youths, Blossoms

Blush Puppy 

Grunge-pop chaos from the West Midlands.

FFO Royal Blood, Enter Shikari, Crystal Tides


Emerging from Inverclyde are the vital shoegaze meets punk sounds of Bride.

FFO Ride, Wolf Alice, Spyres


Soaring Sheffield indie outfit recall city icons Arctic Monkeys and The Reytons.

FFO Arctic Monkeys, The Reytons, The K’s

Dead Air 

Monster riffs from South London’s finest prove the new UK rock scene is very much alive and kicking.

FFO Foo Fighters,  Wolfmother, Himalayas

District Social Club 

Merseyside’s hot new prospects roll out mesmerising melodies destined for the mainstream.

FFO Catfish and the Bottlemen, Sam Fender, The Clause


The Scottish Springsteen. A barber who’ll be cutting his teeth on the big stages sooner rather than later.

FFO Bruce Springsteen, The Killers, Himalayas

Dylan Robert 

Wistful melodies and profound lyrics aplenty from a mercurial new Mersey singer songwriter.

FFO The War On Drugs, Badly Drawn Boy, Louis Dunford

Eighty Eight Miles 

Slick, soulful Blossoms style bops from the Midlands.

Blossoms, The Maccabees, Lock-In

Good Health Good Wealth 

Mesmerising London indie-dance duo produced by Hard-Fi’s Richard Archer.

FFO The Streets, Audio Bullys, The Skinner Brothers

Harri Larkin 

John Kennedy handpicked these for Truck and Tramlines ‘23 and they look set for more success this year.

FFO The Lottery Winners, Crawlers, Dirty Blonde

Hunny Buzz 

Infectious alt-poppers hailing from Bristol with a big, bright future.

FFO Pixies, Wet Leg, Black Honey


Rock ‘n’ roll fledglings set to soar in ‘24.

FFO Oasis, The Charlatans, Rolla


With Johnny Marr in their hearts, the Scouse outfit saunters to sunnier climes with great melodies and songs.

FFOThe Smiths, The Coral, The Kairos

The Malakites 

Cardiff band bring chest-out rock ‘n’ roll anthems aplenty.

FFO Catfish & The Bottlemen, Manic Street Preachers, The Royston Club


Derby teens with a majestic arsenal of Roses, Oasis and Verve rock ‘n’ roll sonics.

FFO Oasis, Stone Roses, Rolla


Snarling hysteria and swirling psychedelia from Bishop Stortford.

FFO Kasabian, Oasis, Rolla

The Mezz 

Fearless, infectious, pulsating indie-pop from the Oxford.

FFO The Kooks, The Maccabees, Blossoms

Oscar Corney

Cambridge singer songwriter supportedBruce Springsteen and The View last year and is set for a big  breakthrough year.

FFO Bruce Springsteen, Sam Fender, The Native


Destructive alt-rock with immense power from Manchester.

FFO Wolf Alice, Royal Blood, Dirty Blonde

The Rampants 

Explosive, furious punk rock from Kilmarnock that demands attention.

FFO Arctic Monkeys, Soft Play, Gallus

Rosa Caelum 

Take a deranged psychedelic-rock joyride with the Midland’s next big thing.

FFO Kasabian, BRMC, The Blinders


Led Zep-esque monster riffs from Birmingham.

FFO Led Zeppelin, Wolfmother, The Struts

Sasha Assad 

Stripped-back punk rocker from Nottingham sounds like the natural successor to PJ Harvey.

FFO PJ Harvey, Elastica, Dead Pony

Strange Dimensions 

Escapist indie-rock from Greenock’s kaleidoscopic dreamers.

FFO The Strokes, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Wits


Swansea rock ‘n’ roll contenders look set to make giant strides forward 2024 with their epic swirling anthems.

FFO Oasis, The Verve, The Crooks


Cut this Whitby band and they’ll bleed classic harmonies and Northern grit.

FFO Courteeners, The Enemy, Jamie Webster


Straight-up rock-pop perfection from Glasgow.

FFO  Garbage, Yonaka, Lissy Taylor

Twin City 

Bristol’s band of brothers are a visceral call to arms with more than a touch of the Manics.

FFO Oasis, Manic Street Preachers, Himalayas

The White Roses 

The young Leeds four-piece are indie sensations waiting to happen.

FFO The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Overpass


The Liverpool outsiders tell tales of everyday life through brooding post-punk and escapist choruses.

FFO Joy Divsision, Echo & The Bunnymen, Inhaler