The Killers Kollective with support from The Great Leslie
With a vast and well rehearsed catalogue and made up of 6 highly experienced musicians with many years in the industry, Midlands based' The Killers Kollective provide a show stopping performance every time and always leave the crowd on a high, expect to hear all the classics including ''Somebody Told Me', 'All These Things That I've Done', 'Human', and not forgetting 'Mr Brightside'...you'll be singing long after the night has finished!
Support on the night comes from London-based band The Great Leslie who you might have seen on The Old Courts new music round up #Incoming
Unashamedly merging their favourite sounds, the band are creating something refreshingly individual.
Taking inspiration from the likes of Bowie to Daft Punk and from Franz Ferdinand to Ella Fitzgerald, The Great Leslie push the boundaries of pop-rock, leaving their songs stuck in your head and your feet stuck on the dance floor.
They have already racked up a number of successes in their short tenure, including their riff-driven release Money being crowned BBC Introducing’s Track of the Week and most recently they have released their first track of 2021, 'See You Again', which has also been bestowed the honour of Track of the Week by BBC Introducing:
“A track so slick and sublime you are instantly reminded that Rock N Roll is here to stay...We are excited to see what comes next from these Londoners as this has really whet our appetite for more.”
Approx. Stage times:
The Great Leslie: 20:40 – 21:10
Killers Kollective: 21:30 – 23:00