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Birmingham Promoters present:
BIPOLAR SUNSHINE + INDIANA + LAYLA
Ages 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
Bipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Manchester based Adio Marchant, previously of Kid British fame, who created a word of mouth buzz with his tracks 'Fire' and 'Rivers' when they appeared online this spring. With radio support including the likes of Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Rob da Bank and XFM, plus accolades from Fader, This Is Fake DIY, Pigeons and Planes and Disco Naivete to name a few, Bipolar Sunshine created quite an impact with his honest and heartfelt poetic lyrics, upbeat and catchy hooks and one of a kind sound.
Drowning Butterflies is a 4-track EP featuring lead song 'Love More Worry Less', which premiered on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show as his 'Hottest Record in the World'. This is a collection of songs that uniquely merge indie, R&B and dance, each track tells a profound story backed to signature cheery beats that connect with the listener, opening them up further into the autobiographical world of Bipolar Sunshine. Marchant also took part in the Bacardi Beginnings campaign with Rudimental in July, where they wrote, recorded and performed the track 'Distance' together in just a day.
After appearances at festivals including Reading & Leeds, The Great Escape and Lovebox, a hugely successful headline tour in November and support slots with Bastille, Haim, Rudimental and The Courteeners, Bipolar Sunshine has announced a second headline tour for the start of 2014.
Indiana steps into 2014 with her biggest statement of intent to date in new single 'Solo Dancing', premiered by Zane Lowe as his Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. Released March 23rd via Sony, the track offers a scintillating preview of Indiana's debut album due later this year.
'Solo Dancing' sees the confident fleshing out and crystallization of the hotly tipped Nottingham singer-songwriters' sound, blending dark disco and Italo synths with an arresting vocal refrain to create a hypnotic John Carpenter-meets-Robyn paracusia.
The track will be accompanied by remixes from producer and house mainstay Chris Lake, London trap and bass upstart KAOS and, perhaps most symbolically, Joe Goddard - a homemade cover of whose club anthem 'Gabriel' lead to Indiana's original discovery.
With its evocative and intelligent dance-savvy pop, clear aim and deft execution, 'Solo Dancing' further establishes Indiana as one of the UK's most exciting new voices.