Branch To Root | Future Yard

To mark the occasion of the release of their new 6 track EP titled And I Lost My Way (coming Spring 2024), alt. punk/grunge band Branch To Root are hosting and performing this very special concert. FFO: Balance And Composure, Basement, Sainthood Reps, Manchester Orchestra.

With support from Honeytalks (FFO: Sum 41, Neck Deep, Falloutboy) and Ambrosia (FFO: Circa Survive, Modern Baseball, Arms Reach, My Chemical Romance).

RESCHEDULED – All original tickets remain valid for the new date.

Earlybird tickets on sale til 1st May – then full price @ £12.

Starting out in 2015 as a personal project between friends and progressing into a body of work exploring the highs and lows of modern life, Branch To Root have toured around the UK as a four-piece band. Spurring on an online fan-base of dedicated listeners. The band play homage to rock, emo and grunge influences which see their sound compared to the likes of Basement, Citizen, Balance And Composure, Superheaven and All Get Out and also drawing comparison from their mellower tracks to artists such as City and Colour, Death Cab For Cutie and the softer sides of Elder Brother and Manchester Orchestra.

Playing a mixture of alternative rock, grunge and emo, Branch To Root explore themes of family tragedy, dissolving relationships, self reflection, anxiety and defeat in a cathartic and often bittersweet act that is as many parts therapy as it is performance.Alongside their growing catalogue of records, other career highlights for the band have been opening for the likes of Can’t Swim, The Movielife, C.J Ramone, Petrol Girls and Awakebutstillinbed. Branch to Root also took the unique opportunity to perform live in the Harris Museum beneath renown artist Luke Jerram’s ‘Museum of the Moon’ art installation.

“This band means everything to me. It’s made me friends, taken me around the country and given me a once in a lifetime chance to express myself. Playing these songs live and seeing even one person in the crowd connect with our music is utterly priceless. It’s what drives me to play every show like it could be my last” Stephen, Lead vocals and guitar

Honeytalks are a punk rock threesome from Northeast Wales known for their energetic and captivating music. Following the success of their debut EP Over It, which received an overwhelming response across all streaming platforms, the band is back with their highly anticipated follow-up release. Their distinct sound and memorable performances have garnered them recognition and support from influential platforms such as BBC Introducing, Kerrang Radio, and Music Networking 101.

Honeytalks music embodies the concept of “Hope for the hopeless.” Through their lyrics, the band tackles real-life scenarios from the perspective of social misfits, exploring both positive and negative experiences. Their songs reflect the struggles and triumphs of individuals who may feel marginalized or misunderstood, resonating with a wide audience who seeks relatable and authentic music.

Ambrosia are an independent alternative rock band, spanning genres such as post-hardcore, emo and nu metal from Wirral originally formed in July 2022. Their self produced debut album, ‘Fallen Leaves’ is available on Spotify now.

Branch To Root
+ Honeytalks
+ Ambrosia
Friday 20th September 2024 *RESCHEDULED*
7.30pm doors
75 Argyle Street
Tickets £12 advance / £8 earlybird – Standing

Tickets available online in advance or in person at the Future Yard Box Office.
Future Yard is a cashless venue – all payments are taken by contactless or chip and pin. Live curfew 11pm, bar open til 12am. Kitchen open 4pm-9pm.
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