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Out There

Saturday Sounds Stage

by SeaChange Arts, Norwich Arts Centre & Access to Music [UK]

FREE 16 Sep - 16 Sep,
Mullally
Ducking Punches
Franko Fraise
Aphra
Finn Doherty
Becca Rose
Mopintosh
Details

Live music takes to the streets at St. George’s Plaza. In partnership with Norwich Arts Centre and Access to Music, we present a magnificent seven stars of the future; the region’s best young bands; recently signed artists; and the best of Access to Music’s SONIC YOUTHS programme.

SAT 1–7pm. Line-up as follows:

MOPINTOSH
Mopintosh is an up and coming 4-piece of 15-year old musicians, bringing a prog-rock sensibility to their modern self-written repertoire.
1pm | 20mins

BECCA ROSE
Drawing comparisons to Amy Macdonald, in her short career Bury St Edmunds’ Becca Rose has worked with an eclectic line-up of artists, from Bad Manners to saxophonist Andy Hamilton.
1.40pm | 20mins

FINN DOHERTY
Finn Doherty is a Norwich based alternative singer, songwriter developing a dynamic and ambitious sound. His debut EP, Heritage & Parenting, was launched in March.
2.20pm | 20mins

APHRA
Norwich’s Aphra is a young singer/songwriter, inspired by Kate Tempest and Kimya Dawson. Her quirky social
lyrics and catchy melodies are delivered on a delightfully rhythmic guitar.
3pm | 20mins

FRANKO FRAISE
Following a recent session for Radio 1, Thetford’s Franko Fraise brings tales of everyday life resonating with
a fundamentally British voice.
3.45pm | 45mins

DUCKING PUNCHES
Norwich’s Ducking Punches are a punk rock outfit whose storytelling songs weave between love and
death, friendship and mental illness.
5pm | 45mins

MULLALLY
Recently signed by Atlantic Records, Great Yarmouth’s Mullally packs a soulful punch with inspiration from Marvin Gaye and Van Morrison to Paulo Nutini.
6.15pm | 45mins

Location

ST. GEORGE’S PLAZA