Youth Killed It are a 5-piece Indie-Punk band from London/Norwich. Explosive riffs reminiscent of early Arctic Monkeys and their stream-of-consciousness vocal deliveries could fool you into thinking you're listening to a mashup of your favourite 2000's Britpop bands. Having spent 2016 laying the foundations to their sound and gaining interest from all over the world, Youth Killed It signed an album deal with Rude Records off the back of two EP's released early in 2016. The Survival Code - www.facebook.com/thesurvivalcode The Survival Code are back with a new single "Not Working" released on Feb 1st off the new album "Hopelessness of People", come down to proud camden on the 27th of Jan for our single launch Kid Kapichi - www.facebook.com/KidKapichi The quaint seaside town of Hastings has seen a musical explosion in recent years with rock 'reprobates', Kid Kapichi, flying the scene's flag with their riff-filled riots. Consisting of (Above from l to r) Ben Beetham (guitar/vocals), Jack Wilson (guitar/vocals), Eddie Lewis (bass) and George MacDonald (drums), the frantic four-piece have built a reputation for raucous live shows where chaotic mosh pits and crowd surfers crushed to the ceiling is just part of the status quo. Having already received support from NME Radar, Steve Lamacq's 6 Music Drive time show, BBC Introducing and MTV Rocks, the band's guitar driven anthems and charismatic personalities are poised to fly the nest with the release of their debut self titled EP, set for release on 30th September. Elswhere - www.facebook.com/elswhereband Elswhere are an unsigned Alternative Rock band from Enfield, North London - Formed in January 2017. In August they won 'Battle Of The Bands 17' and performed on Wilkestock's Main Stage. Seeking influence from bands such as Bring Me the Horizon, Linkin Park, Lower than Atlantis and Basement. Elswhere know how to get the crowd going with their hearty sing-along anthems.