Pale Blue institute of performing arts presents:
Roy Wilkinson / Girl Brutus / Coach Station unicorn
Roy Wilkinson's music and nature quiz
Pale Blue Eyes are a compelling new alt-pop three-piece, with joyous Krautrock rhythms suggestive of a young English Neu!, plus guitar like Echo And The Bunnymen’s Will Sergeant at his most wired and raga-frenetic. Elsewhere, at their more prettily bittersweet, PBE recall The Cure circa 1980.
In 2019 the band made their festival debut at Totnes’s Sea Change, as well as shows opening for International Teachers of Pop, Drahla, Penelope Isles and W.H. Lung.
Supported by the PRS Fund’s ‘Open Fund for Music Creators’ PBE are currently putting finishing touches to their debut record with the assistance of Sheffield based wizard/producer Dean Honer (The Moonlandingz, I Monster, International Teachers of Pop).
Keel Her's musical output can rightfully be called prolific. Originally from Winchester, Rose has been writing and recording her own songs from the age of 14 on instruments found in charity shops and at car boot sales, culminating in a cassette release back in 2011 on Maximum Violence Records.
'Resolutely pursuing her own path, Keel Her seems to shatter standard songwriting structures into fragments, before building them back up into remarkable shapes'. - Clash Magazine.
Keel Her released her second album, With Kindness, in 2019.
Booshka are a female fronted alternative indie band based in Totnes, who grew through the ranks of Jamming Station. They recently recorded their debut EP at a local studio with producer Jimi Stewart.