Sunday 22nd October

Free Entry

Pub open from 12pm – Live music from 6pm

Join us for the ‘Sunday Service’ early evening live music session featuring Dayys (France) with support from Jake St Ange.

DAYYS (France)

DAYYS are an independent rock band from Boulogne Sur Mer, France.

The group combines elements of Britpop melodies, shoegaze guitars, linear bass lines bordering on post-punk, massive drums and 60’s rock motifs. Dayys assumes its influences without looking back and aspires to inject a certain modernity into a largely marked out musical style.

So this is our mission statement in response to the following question: How can a rock band sound in 2023 …


The young British/St Lucian artist, songwriter and producer first tasted virality at the tender age of 15, performing a public piano cover of xxxtentacion’s hit “Changes”, which now has over 9 million views on his YouTube channel.

Jake spent the majority of his childhood busking with original songs on his acoustic guitar, and has managed to add some impressive venues to his credits, including the Troubadour club in London – known for hosting artists such as Ed Sheeran, Bob Dylan, Jimmy Hendrix and Adele at early stages in their careers.

When he was 17, Jake had a dream of an older and happier life in which he had a butterfly tattooed across his neck. He now uses the butterfly prolifically as a symbol for his listeners to show support, love and understanding towards him and others – urging fans “Don’t be afraid to be abrasive at times. Do what you know to be right and good regardless of how people may judge you for it, and accept change wholeheartedly.”

Now studying for a degree in music business and production alongside his artist project, Jake maintains his indie pop/hip-hop sound, aiming to encapsulate the difficulties of being young, and being human.