The 545 is a band showcase, featuring five of the area’s most exciting up-and-coming bands.Featuring: Connor Adams, Reno & Rome, False Hearts, Queen Dogs and Leon O'Leary.
His ability to blend heartfelt lyrics with a modern pop sound has adorned the praises of many industry professionals, and BBC Introducing describe him as "an up and coming star". He returns to headline having played a memorable set back in November 2018.
Reno & Rome
The Ipswich based dance-rock outfit specialise in driving beats, groove-filled guitar hooks and soaring vocal melodies displayed across a luscious synth-accompanied landscape. Their guitarist, Nic is no stranger to The Apex stage having been part of pop legend Lulu’s band when she performed here last September.
Powerful female-fronted rock delivered with fiery finesse, False Hearts’ distinct sound and indomitable presence have put them firmly on the radar of music fans across the country. 2019 saw them tour the length and breadth of the UK, so a show in Bury St Edmunds for this Cambridge four-piece is a local gig!
Despite his age, the 17 year old indie-folk singer from Bury St Edmunds writes and plays with a depth and passion of a much older soul and his celtic origins can clearly be heard in his music. Influences include Damien Rice, Bear’s Den and Ben Howard.
Queens Road Rock School are represented by Queen Dogs who are a powerhouse of talent and energy, aged between 10 and 14 years old. Their cover of Joy Division’s 'Transmission' went viral on social media, leading to praise from actor and singer Keith Allen.
Tickets are £5 and are available from the bands directly or at The Apex (in advance and on the door).
Age 14+ (ID required), under 14s are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.
Last train to Ipswich/Norwich/Stowmarket leaves Bury St Edmunds at 11.27pm.
Venue: The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
This event is promoted by The Apex.