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Live @ Future Yard is back!

Your monthly instalment of some of the best artists the Merseyside music scene has to offer under one roof is back in April, this time round with Dan WainwrightAddleyThe Kasms + Paint Me In Colour all performing on Friday 5th April.

Tickets on sale now. 

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DAN WAINWRIGHT

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Dan Wainwright, a soulful folk singer-songwriter hailing from St Helens and currently calling Mold, Wales his home, is making waves in the music scene with his unique approach to the ukulele. Transforming the instrument into a bluesy guitar through a tube amp, Dan infuses his songs with improvised instrumental sections that capture the rawemotion of the moment.

Drawing inspiration from iconic American folk singers such as Townes Van Zandt, Blaze Foley, and John Prine, Dan masterfully channels these influences through his own lens, adding a touch of authenticity that reflects both his personal journey and the essence of his hometown. True to his roots, Dan sings with a local accent, creating a genuine connection with his audience as he shares heartfelt stories through gentle and beautiful melodies.

In live performances, Dan takes his audiences on a transcendental journey. With each performance, he weaves together songs, interludes, and improvised instrumental sections that oscillate between psychedelic and jazz-infused arrangements. Through nuanced energy peaks and dips, Dan crafts an immersive experience that keeps listeners entranced from start to finish.

ADDLEY

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Addley is an up-and-coming alternative artist combining emotional songwriting with a large band sound and electronic elements. Heavily inspired by Florence + the Machine, London Grammar, Sam Fender & Daughter.

PAINT ME IN COLOUR

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People say we’re different, but we just try to keep it exciting”, says Paint Me In Colour. The Liverpool-based four-piece, whose sound has evolved from classic indie numbers to genre-hopping anthems, first met at college and through mutual friends, the chemistry sparked from the first rehearsal.

Their previous single ‘Pity Me’ was reminiscent of nostalgic 90’s guitar hooks, and larger-than-life drum sounds and boasts being back by BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing and Gigwise. Their latest track ‘Pick Me Up’ however, is packed with anthemic vocals, and throaty guitar lines and takes inspiration from alternative artists The Neighbourhood and Paramore, who the band counts as recent influences on their sound, as well as indie icons, Nothing but Thieves.

THE KASMS

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The Kasms are a young band from Huyton that have recently come on to the Merseyside music scene with their debut single ‘Nice Day‘.

With their Alternative/Indie sound that draws inspiration from bands such as Cast, The Strokes and The Night Cafe, They have already received acclaim from some of Liverpool’s biggest rising artist and are sure to soon be joining them.