Alter the Sky are a 5 piece hard classic rock band from the Cambridgeshire area. The band draw influence from bands such as Black Stone Cherry, Alter Bridge, and the Wildhearts. They come laden with massive riffs and songs filled with hooks. AtS have been fortunate enough to have already played and secured gigs at their home towns most prestigious venues, (Junction J1, J2 and Cambridge Corn Exchange) as a result of their energetic and humorous live shows.
One Less God is the new band from Jay Williams, founding member of Cambridge legends Hofman and The Broken Family Band. For this outing he’s powering up the amps to 11 and heading to his love of rock and metal rather than country and indie rock.
The band puts on an exciting stage show that authentically recreates the sound, look and feel of the Seattle giants. They put their love for Pearl Jam at the heart of their performance and are guaranteed to please any fan of Pearl Jam
SBCC Presents the finest of the rising rock scene! 4th Labyrinth kick the night off in flamboyant style with their unique take on 70s inspired prog, before local favourites False Hearts deliver modern rock at its very best. Finally the incredible Gin Annie head straight from Planet Rockstock to make their first ever appearance at a Cambridge venue; the perfect mix of heavy guitars and attention-grabbing hooks, you don’t want to miss out on this one!
Gin Annie: Gin Annie are a hard/melodic rock 5-piece from Wolverhampton UK, delivering heavy guitar driven songs whilst maintaining a melodic vocal style complete with hook-laden choruses. Following the release of their debut EP, New Bad Habit, the Black Country rockers introduced a new guitarist (Brian Green) and bassist (Phill ‘Hammer’ Burrows) to beef up their already huge sound.
False Hearts: Delivering modern rock with a fiery finesse, False Hearts united in 2016 and soon took the Cambridgeshire music scene by storm thanks to their unique and compelling take on passion-driven, female-led rock. With experience in ventures ranging from rock bands to music studios to full-blown orchestras, False Hearts’ unrelenting drive and multifaceted approach to the art of music has captured the hearts of audiences and critics alike, carrying them from stage-to-stage at some of the country’s most-beloved venues and festivals.
4th Labyrinth: Known for their engaging and witty live shows, 4th Labyrinth’s highly approachable rock sound makes them incredibly versatile, keeping the listener’s attention throughout. From heavy guitar riffs to the most delicate heartfelt ballads, from progressive rock monsters to future sing along classics, the band is on a mission to bring 70s inspired rock music back to where it deserves to be.