LIVE @ FUTURE YARD (MAY) | Future Yard

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 Self-Driving CarsKurran KarbalLibby Akerman + Hunky Dory all performing on Friday 3rd May.

Tickets on sale now. 




Hailing from “the worst place to live in England”, Self Driving Cars have a chip on their shoulder, one evident in the bleakly honest storytelling woven into the fabric of debut single ‘CRASH’. After settling in Leeds in 2020, the alternative rock group have been eccentrically making their mark on the local scene armed with a finely tuned set that includes the witty cultural references of post-punk, the catchy melodies of 2000’s indie rock alongside walls of overdriven noise powered by their shoegaze influence, SDC is no rip-off of any musical predecessor, but instead an amalgamation of various genres that have shaped the band’s undefinable sound.

After taking their explosive live show on tour to Manchester, Sheffield, Hull and Halifax at the close of 2023, these Self Driving Cars are quickly building up momentum on their journey to stadium-touring superstars. With the upcoming release of their debut EP: “How to Change Your Mind” set for May, the page has turned on a new era for the band, one that will surely prove to be their most exciting yet- stay tuned!



Hunky Dory is the moniker of solo artist Tom Gamble. Originally from the depths of the East Midlands, Tom moved to Liverpool in the late 2010s to escape the countryside and played in the local scene with friends made at university under the band The Letrasets. Now accompanied by a new backing band, Tom’s music takes inspiration sonically from the likes of Roy Harper, Neutral Milk Hotel, Bob Dylan, The Microphones, America and Simon and Garfunkel. His music transitions quickly from intimate solo guitar and vocals, to distorted acoustic sounds with added texture from harmonica, to groovy finger picked sections with tambourines and woodwind.