A Lynn pub is the first stop on a UK tour for three rock bands that have been taking the underground scene by storm, and are becoming regulars with Kerrang and Rocksound.
Up-and-coming talents, Piper Saint, Coastline and In Oceans will be heading to The Maid’s Head tonight for a free concert to kick off their travels around the country.
Organiser Triston Finnis, of Twisted Melon Promotions, said: “We have three massive bands playing at The Maids this Friday as part of their UK tour.
“We have linked up with a promoter in London allowing us to bring some big touring bands to Lynn as well as getting some of our own acts out touring.
“As always at the Maid’s its free entry and 16+ which is great considering every other leg of this tour is around £5 entry.”
He added: “It’s also great to have Pete from the Maids on board, allowing original acts to perform in a largely cover band orientated town.”
Piper Saint have been described by Kerrang magazine as “a distinctive, modern and needed addition to the British rock scene, with big melodies, thoughtful dynamics and a great frontwoman in Uxia Santos.”
Lead singer and guitarist, Uxia Santos, was born and raised in the northern territories of Spain, but vowing to make it big in the alternative scene she left for the city lights of London in 2005 with no money, family and not a word of English.
After supporting some of the best bands on the underground scene, as well as taking Europe’s alternative scene by storm, Piper Saint is starting to make a impact with the release of This City.
Coastline have previously toured with Cambridge rockers Mallory Knox, who charted at number 33 in the UK charts with their debut album, Signals. They have just finished another tour with Scholars which linked in to the release of Coastline’s latest single, Taken Under.
The band’s new wave rock and big melodies have pegged them as ones to watch, and rock magazine, Rocksound even put the Kent boys on the tracklist for the latest rock compilation.
Newcastle rockers, In Oceans, have been taking the underground scene by storm, and after a minor writing break the band are ready to get on the road and play their latest single, Jack the Lad.
Their ever-growing fan base has lead to an increasing number of high profile shows across the UK and captivating performances.
The band’s unique blend of technical yet accessible alternative rock and interactive dynamic live performance has already started to generate respectable hype within the music scene.
Head to The Maid’s Head tonight to see the bands perform live before they head out on a tour that will take them to Northampton, Birmingham, London, Newcastle and Glasgow.