Since the release of his impressive debut album Veins in 2017, Martyn Peters has forged himself a reputation as an incredibly hard working artist who's relatable lyrics, catchy melodies, superb stage presence and approachable personality, combine to make him one of the emerging talents to watch in 2019.
After receiving radio play on BBC Radio 6 Music by Steve Lamacq and performing support for Grammy winner Amy Wadge, Martyn returned to the studio in April 2019 to record material for his new EP.
Nothing To Say, the first single from the upcoming EP, was released at the end of July to a sold out single launch and he is embarking on a U.K tour in October 2019.
Maxx Palmer is the frontman of an exciting three piece band from Hertford. His high energy and great stage presence captures an audience with his original songs. Maxx has been influenced by artists such as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix and Jeff Buckley, to name but a few, and like these artists he has an ability to push the boundaries of his songs and turn them into something profound. Maxx’s music will certainly leave an impression.
Bohemian Indie rock band The Valla formed in December 2018. Native of nowhere, with no place to call home, the four-piece emanate from Melbourne, Suffolk, The Valleys and Bamberg, but currently reside in London, UK. Holding the line between Pop and rock, inspired by the likes of Cage the Elephant and Gang of Youths, the band plays what they describe as ‘music for damaged souls’, writing from the standpoint of insecurity and vulnerability, appealing to anyone searching for a deeper meaning of life in the modern world.