We all love to see our favourite bands headlining the main stage and singing all our favourite songs, but we often overlook the support acts that come before them. Nipping to the loo, quickly grabbing a bit of merch or catching up with a friend during the support act is something we’ve all been guilty of! So we’ve decided to collate our favourite support artists who will be performing within the upcoming months.
Willie J Healey
Supporting Sundara Karma on their Liverpool, Coventry and London dates, Willie J Healy is the bit of indie-pop sunshine we all need before singing the night away with Sundara Karma. Effortlessly cool, his stand-out track ‘Lazy Shade of Pink’ from his latest album ‘People and Their Dogs’, is a slow-burner of laidback grunge and catchy lyrics; whilst new single ‘Grey’ took the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds this year by storm. To avoid missing out on hearing Willie J Healy’s brilliant new album as he supports Sundara Karma, book your tickets now!
Listen if you like: Mac Demarco, The Frights, JAWS and Swim Deep.
Alongside Wolf Alice on their Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Norwich and London dates, Sunflower Bean are the perfect, nonchalantly chill trio to get in you in the mood for Wolf Alice. Named as ‘NYC’s Coolest Young-Band’ by Rolling Stone Magazine, Sunflower Bean emulate rainy afternoons spent with friends unwinding as the soft, almost melancholic vocals of Nick Kivlen and Julia Cumming against garage-rock makes for a uniquely chilled-out sound – particularly in ‘Harvest Moon’. Don’t miss Sunflower Bean on this huge tour as they support Wolf Alice this Autumn, buy your tickets today!
Listen if you like: Hinds, Adult Mom, Gengahr and Palma Violets.
Catch British punk-band Milk Teeth before Good Charlotte’s Southampton, Nottingham, Birmingham, Manchester and London dates as they scale the country on a major-venue tour. Channelling a ‘90s nostalgia that’s similar to Good Charlotte themselves, Milk Teeth are a youthful and contemporary interpretation of the UK punk scene; with punchy songs that take no prisoners and vocals that aren’t afraid to chant and yell, Milk Teeth are ambitious in their sound. With their latest, and debut, album ‘Vile Child’ having been released last year, Milk Teeth are ready to put on a show and celebrate alongside Good Charlotte; buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
Listen if you like: Gnarwolves, Moose Blood, Basement and Neck Deep.
Supporting The Pigeon Detectives on their special 10th anniversary tour for their platinum-selling album ‘Wait For Me’, Little Comets will be joining this tour on all of their England dates – including London, Bristol and Nottingham just to name a few. The four-piece band have a long back catalogue of upbeat, diverse and sing-along tunes that will flow perfectly into the thumping hits of The Pigeon Detective’s set list. Our favourite track of theirs is ‘Worry’, whose joyful guitar melodies and irresistibly catchy chorus is indie-pop personified. Join Little Comets as they introduce The Pigeon Detectives for a whole evening of dancing your socks off and belting out tunes, buy your tickets now to avoid missing out!
Listen if you like: Vampire Weekend, Everything Everything, The Wombats and Mystery Jets.
Introducing punk band SWMRS on their Southampton, Glasgow, Nottingham, Birmingham and Liverpool dates, female-led The Regrettes are here to make their mark this Autumn. Punchy pop-rock with an unapologetic attitude, this Los-Angeles based band have not long released their latest, and debut, album ‘Feel Your Feelings Fool!’; like the title, they deliver songs not an inch short of sass, catchy guitar riffs and punchy, empowering lyrics. To experience the The Regrettes’ bold debut album performed live alongside SWMRS, be sure to buy your tickets now!
Listen if you like: Diet Cig, The Frights, Wavves and Girlpool
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