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That Hidden Promise @ Basement, Exchange

That Hidden Promise @ Basement, Exchange

03 October 2019
Doors Open @ 19:30

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Basement, Exchange
72 - 73 Old Market,

Brand new to the brand new Basement stage at Exchange, get your tickets now for something distinct, you don't want to miss!

That Hidden Promise A one man eclectic, electric solo act, from Blackpool. Utilising live loops, percussion, sequencers, playing electric guitar based original, evolving material and delivering a performance that continues to wow audiences. 2018 saw the release of an all new acoustic e.p., as well as standalone singles, showcasing the broad range of songs at his disposal. 2019 looks to continue to build on this, as he embarks on his debut album 🎸🎤🎛️ 📧 music@thathiddenpromise.com https://www.thathiddenpromise.com



Pop punk/emo five piece from Hereford UK, combining elements from across the alternative spectrum to form a unique take on music that would appeal to fans of Blink 182, Get Up Kids, Taking Back Sunday, Neck Deep and The Offspring.

The band released their debut single ‘Nauticus’ in February 2019 to a positive response and were made ‘New Band Of The Week’ in May by GigRadar. Following the release of sophomore single ‘Hardly Slept At All’ in July, the band are now committed to the preparation of their debut EP, scheduled for completion before the end of the year.

Duncan Batey

A former Somerset songwriter of the year, based in Glastonbury whose epic, joyous, and yet introspective songs of love and hope will be augmented for this Exchange debut by a small acoustic ensemble featuring Caelia Lunniss of Spindle Ensemble on violin, playing tracks from his forthcoming album 'Little Black Classics'.

Material from his EP 'Blindsided' can be heard at www.duncanbatey.co.uk."