Curator Stuart Clarke from industry bible Music Week has selected a trio of bands known for their solid tunes and great live shows. Opening the night will be Icelandic singer songwriter Snorri Helgason, whose sophisticated debut album “I‘m gonna put my name on your door” has earned justifiable acclaim from all quarters.Following up will be … Continued

Curator Stuart Clarke from industry bible Music Week has selected a trio of bands known for their solid tunes and great live shows.

Opening the night will be Icelandic singer songwriter Snorri Helgason, whose sophisticated debut album “I‘m gonna put my name on your door” has earned justifiable acclaim from all quarters.Following up will be Danish wunderkinds No And The Maybes, whose eponymous debut (released on A:larm) showcases their eclectic, bright-eyed indie pop, which isn’t afraid to take influences from 60s sounds and 80s New Wave alike.

Talking of eclectic, our final act of the night will be Finland’s Mariam “Manna” Jäntti – her recent album “Songs Of Hope And Desire” has also received a plethora of positive reviews (Mojo, The Sunday Times) for its heartfelt tunes and savvy blending of punk, folk and more.

Snorri Helgason [ICE]

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The No and The Maybes [DEN]

The No and The Maybes press

Manna [FIN]

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