february, 2017

26feb8:00 pm1:00 amPOLO // DREAMS // GRACIE // SaNTINO


Event Details

Lending Room
£5 Adv // 7.30pm



Formed of vocalist Kat Mchugh, synth man Luke Lount and drummer Dan Egdell – Polo might hail from Leeds, but the group’s glacial atmospherics and lush, r’n’b tinged pop are an ethereal world away from the spit’n’sawdust DIY scene that the city’s best known for.

Having received plaudits from the likes of Noisey, Stereogum, Wonderland and BBC 6 Music on the back of the release of their previous single ‘Visions of Fortune’, 2017 will see the band embark on a headline tour to promote their new EP ‘Alice’ having previously seen them billed alongside the likes of Porches, The Japanese House and Bipolar Sunshine.



Forming in Leeds in September 2015, R&B band GRACIE explores a spectrum of hip-hop and funk rhythm, neo-soul tones, a jazz background and a love of potent lyrical expression. Fronted by singer songwriter Grace Convert, reigning from Monaco, the band also features guitarist and songwriter Frankie Joe Harrison, from Brighton, bassist Luke Hamlin, drummer Chloe Burke and keyboardist Julian James from London.

Taking a collaborative process of arrangement and drawing from a wide variety of popular genres the group present a unique sound including playful live instrumentation and emotive vocals. From their debut gig at, LS6-Clock Cafe, in November 2015, the group has had continual concerts around Leeds, from kooky art installations in abandon strip clubs to all the more conventional live music venues, the band have widened their experience and are continuing to do so.



SaNTINO is a musician and producer based in Leeds, England. The music takes influence from childhood loves of anime and Japanese culture with a mix of current interests in 80’s aesthetic. With eclectic references from: videogames, Tchaikovsky, disco funk, EDM, dancehall and footwork, the music takes you on a journey through hyper-pop, accompanied by an immersive array of live visuals – a colourful expression of loneliness in the modern age.


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