Friday 21st July


Doors: 7:30pm
General admission – standing with some limited unreserved seating.
Age requirements: 18+

After a year off from playing shows, Salvation Jayne are ready to return to the scene and unleash their newly refined brand of dark alt-rock into the world. Come celebrate their return with us, and get your tickets for their highly anticipated comeback show, and first with incredible new vocalist Estelle Mey

Having smashed their way onto the alternative scene in 2018, SJ continue to push boundaries, winning over audiences globally with their unique brand of intense, dark and dynamic alt-rock. The band have enjoyed numerous sold-out headline shows, major support slots, and the likes of Marshall Amplification, Natal Drums, and Spotify showing their faith in what SJ are creating.

There are moments of delicate beauty (with comparisons to Mogwai and The Cure), thick and dirty desert style riffs, other wordly atmospherics and massive pop hooks – all laying a solid foundation for new singer Estelle Mey’s blistering vocals.

​Since joining Salvation Jayne in 2022, the bands sound has evolved even further, becoming more diverse than ever before, with Mey darting effortlessly between beautiful glassy falsetto vocals and a machine that throws machetes relentlessly through the tracks.

​You’ll find everything here, from electro pop and post-rock, through to doom and hardcore.

Plus support from Rapturous.

Rapturous are a five piece alternative, Rock/Hi-Hop band who have just released their debut EP “FUTURE OF NOTHING”.

Based in Kent, the band have been playing shows in major cities across the country with the aim of putting on an energetic performance and leaving their mark on the circuit.

Having recently found their producer Dan Lucas (the Joplin House), and manager Lori Forster the band now have their sights set on further developing their unique sound, and taking their music to new audiences and new heights.
Audiences have described the Rapturous sound as totally unique, displaying influences from multiple genres, with their live set being something not to miss!

Having received recognition from BBC Introducing, & NME the band is starting to build some momentum into 2023.