Our Top 5 Supports Acts To See This Year - Part Two

All We Are

Supporting Nick Mulvey on his upcoming Autumn tour are psychedelic three piece from Liverpool, All We Are. Having just released their new album ‘Sunny Hills’, this self-proclaimed ‘Bee Gees on diazepam’ band are a mixture of chilled-out beats, high-pitched harmonies and drowsy melodies that are all tied together with a sophisticated quality of production. They’ve just finished a summer of festival gigs and are now ready to showcase their great, new album as a warm-up for Nick Mulvey.

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Listen if you like: Superfood, Nadine Shah, Gengahr and Everything Everything.

Calum Scott

With a successful run on Britain’s Got Talent, Calum Scott will be supporting the Brit winner and MBE Emeli Sandé on her huge UK arena tour. Scott was the soundtrack to last year’s summer with his spin on Robyn’s ‘Dancing On My Own’ reaching number 2 in the UK Top 40 Charts, receiving platinum certifications and even being recognised as the fifth most downloaded track in the UK for summer 2016. We’re so excited to see Calum Scott perform to an arena crowd and we’re certain he’ll be the perfect starter for Emeli Sandé.

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Listen if you like: Sam Smith, Shawn Mendes, Demi Lovato and Jess Glynne.

The Smith Street Band

Hailing from Australia, this four piece with a punk-rock sound will be introducing The Front Bottoms as they scale the UK on a mammoth tour. Their fourth and latest album ‘More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me’, has been hailed as ‘their boldest to date’; daring to experiment between heartfelt tracks that are built on the delicate plucking of guitars and brutally honest lyrics, to more adventurously optimistic tracks that surprise with their power and anthemic lyrics. The Smith Street Band are sure to be an explosive opener for The Front Bottoms this February.

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Listen if you like: Will Wagner, Pinegrove, Joyce Manor and Violent Soho.

Local H

With a discography spanning back over 25 years, ‘90s rockers Local H will be joining Alien Ant Farm on their upcoming UK tour. Their last album ‘Hey, Killer’ in 2015 was praised for its ability to blend into their previous ‘90s back-catalogue, whilst still offering a contemporary rock sound of punchy metal riffs, tongue-in-cheek lyrics and punky melodies. With such a distinct, head-banging sound, we’re sure that Local H are bound to get the crowd warmed up before Alien Ant Farm!

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Listen if you like: Sponge, Hoobastank, Papa Roach and Tonic.

Black Honey

Performing on the Festival Republic stage at Reading and Leeds this year, indie-rock quartet Black Honey will be joining Royal Blood on their UK arena tour this November. Hailing from Brighton, Black Honey have the upbeat poppy sound of a girl group but the grunge-infused guitars of shoegaze; together making for an eclectic mix of unique and significant sounds that are bound to make their mark. Get your dancing shoes warmed up with Black Honey before Royal Blood take to the stage this Autumn!

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Listen if you like: Sundara Karma, JAWS, Superfood and Blaenavon

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This article was a collaborative effort, written together by the See Tickets Marketing team; Georgia, Sarah, Hayley, Callum and Abi.

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