Mike Dignam, a singer-songwriter from the North-West of England, has been writing, recording and touring his own music, for the past five years.
In 2013 he supported Lewis Watson, Gabrielle Aplin and Lawson on sell-out UK tours, entered the iTunes singer-songwriter chart at number 5 with his EP ‘Live. Love. Sing.’ partnered with HMV on a UK tour of their stores, co-wrote with ‘The Mend’, ‘The Invisible Men’ and Janet Devlin and embarked on his debut, 15-date, headline UK tour.
2014 has already seen Mike writing with Matty Benbrook (Paolo Nutini), Sam McCarthy (The Kooks) and Nick Atkinson (Gabrielle Aplin). He has toured with ‘Tich’ on her UK dates, was the sole support on ‘5 Seconds Of Summer’s’ sold-out, 8-date UK tour and their tour of Australia and with performances at Barclaycard British Summertime alongside McBusted, The Vamps and Lawson, a 7-date headline UK tour in July and a new EP #ItWasWritten currently on pre-order, this year is shaping up to be a very successful one for Mike Dignam, solidifying him as an artist to take note of.
Described as one of the most consistently astounding new songwriters the music world has seen in ages Bristol-based singer/songwriter Natalie Holmes writes lilting, haunting and yet somehow invigorating pop, with honey toned vocals and an incredible depth to every song. An independent artist building her fan base entirely from scratch, she kick-started her musical career by uploading songs and now has over a million hits on YouTube, and a loyal following on social media. Natalie has clocked up four successful EP’s all of which featured in the iTunes and Top 10 Singer/Songwriter Charts. In 2018 her first single ‘Hideout’ was released, receiving enthusiastic reviews from Clash Magazine & Record of the Day, and plays from Radio 2.
sets from Natalie Holmes and Heren Wolf
Heren Wolf is an Italian singer-songwriter, currently based in London. His musical identity is a heterogeneous mixture of cinematic, soul and electro-pop elements which together create a dark, melancholic landscape. With his songs he transmutes traumatic experiences into beautiful creatures, able to soothe and to connect to heaven. For Heren music is a means to face his sorrow and a therapy for the soul. “I write songs to give my inner silence a loud voice, quietening my demons, getting lost and then finding myself in a cathartic circle of always new rebirths.