Felt Cute Fest Programme: Sunday

Unfortunately WFM is no longer a stage for the festival, please head over to UP3 using the link at the bottom on the day to check out these amazing acts!

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FELT CUTE FEST – SUNDAY LINEUP


Will and the People – 9:30pm

A distinctive voice in the varied panorama of the Brighton music scene, Will and The People play with folk sounds with a tinge of reggae and ska, and a clear ability to put together a very catchy tune. The five-piece started out after meeting at the Glastonbury Festival and released a self-titled debut album in 2012. With a headline tour scheduled for late 2020, they have most recently released their new single Started On Love, last February.


Jack Conman – 9:00pm

With a style mixing together energy and melancholy, Hull-based singer-songwriter and virtuoso guitarist Jack Conman puts his skills as a multi-instrumentalist in the service of a dreamily introspective indie-pop with electric suggestions. After founding Axolotl Records together with producer Kev La Kat, he released EP “Heddison” in 2018, followed by a series of successful singles the latest of which, “Sweet Julia”, was released in April 2020. His first long player, “Seventh Sense Libido”, is forthcoming later this year.


Harry Marshall – 8:30pm

Autralian-born singer-songwriter Harry Marshall has been writing his own music and performing on public house stages since age 13. Now based in London, he went from his Queensland beginnings to playing with a full band and charting internationally. His acoustically driven music led him to share the stage with Mumford and Sons as a support slots at a very young age in 2015. In 2019 his catalogue totalled over a million streams and he is slated to support The Plain White T’s on tour in later 2020. 


Sunflower Thieves – 8:00pm

Leeds-based Sunflower Thieves have carved a place for themselves in the pop-folk scene through their airy vocals and intimate, atmospheric sound. With their music having been featured on BBC Introducing East Midlands and Radio X, they embarked on an European tour in 2019. Most recently, the duo, made up of Amy Illingworth and Lily Sturt-Bolshaw, has released their latest track “Hide and Seek” in May of 2020.


Basement Club – 7:30pm

Indie five-piece Basement Club hail from Wiltshire unveiled their latest single “Back There” in early 2020 after welcoming a fifth member to the band’s line-up. Their sound is powered by broad, anthemic choruses and a distinctive rock vein running through all their music. With appearances at Truck Festival and VicFest under their belt, they were also featured on BBC Introducing and on Spotify’s “Hot New Bands” playlist.


Bryony Williams – 7:00pm

Previously of the electro-pop duo Field Harmonics, Wolverhampton based singer-songwriter Bryony Williams has most recently released single “I Can Be” as a lead-up to her upcoming EP, “State I’m In”, scheduled for later in 2020. With a sound teetering along the line that marks the border between rock and indie pop, her music has been supported by BBC Introducing, with her 2019 single “Little Tree” making BBC West Midlands’ Track of the Month, and she has played festival stages including Camper Calling and The Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival.


PACE – 6:30pm

Blending avant-garde pop suggestions with intense vocals, piano threads, folk-rock influences, and a hint of ambient, PACE are a London-based four-piece on a mission to break the boundaries of music genres and deliver something entirely unique. Having appeared on a variety of festival stages including 2000Trees in Chelthenham and the LoveBN1 Festival at Brighton Pride, they have also been an opening act for Grace Carter as well as delivering their own headline shows in London and in Europe. Most recently, they have released their latest single, “Fallen”.


YNES – 6:00pm 

English-Canadian YNES (pronounced Yin-es) was born in Coventry but has spent time living and working in Canada. With fans drawing lyrical comparisons from both the DIY post-punk scene in North America and the more refined likes of Zuzu and Lauran Hibberd, YNES takes inspiration from a multitude of sources, from 80s synth to 90s slack, all of which are staples in her eclectic sound. Her latest single, “This Birthday Sucks”, was recently released in May 2020.

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