• Aesthetics / S. T. Manville / Jessie Reid (Cuban Embassy, Bham)

  • Sat, 10-08-2019 at 19:00
  • The Cuban Embassy - Bulls Head
    23 St Mary's Row
    B13 8HW Birmingham
Aesthetics / S. T. Manville / Jessie Reid (Cuban Embassy, Bham) - The Cuban Embassy - Bulls Head - Birmingham

Birmingham Promoters present:AESTHETICS + S. T. MANVILLE + JESSIE REIDAges 18+www.birminghampromoters.com-----------Hailing from the UK, Birmingham based singer songwriter Mike Levell plays emotive, folk songs by way of his solo project A E S T H E T I C S.2018’s Debut Ep “The Death of Me” is out now via Apple Music and Spotify and Levell is currently in the studio working on the follow upWith two full mainland european tours and a UK run under his belt the singer songwriter is looking to hit the road as much as possible in 2019.WATCH: https://youtu.be/0ND0r4YP4yc-----------S T Manville has written both platinum and gold selling records and worked with artists such as Mø, Biffy Clyro, Digital Farm Animals, Little Mix and Becky Hill. Records he has worked on have been streamed over 50 Million times. However, disenchanted with the pop world, towards the end of 2018 Manville picked up a guitar and started writing for himself.What came next was a flood of highly personal songs full of regret, awe, sorrow and hope. While writing and recording his own material Manville also started recording covers of songs from his childhood, becoming his first release ‘Somebody Else’s Songs’. Featuring songs by Green Day, Blink 182, The Offspring, Weezer, plus other lesser known bands such as ALL and Owls. Presented in his own emotional folk/country style, Manville has delicately shone a new light on the pop-punk genre. Recording and playing everything himself, his hushed vocals, intimate guitar playing and rustic accompaniments on banjo, violin and accordion bring a sentimental gravitas to songs you may not have thought it possible to.-----------Shropshire born singer-songwriter Jessie Reid, weaves impressive fingerstyle guitar playing together with soulful, emotive vocal melodies. Having released two demo singles earlier this year, she caught the attention of music journalists and was subsequently shortlisted for the Glastonbury 2019 Emerging Talent competition. Her innovative, folk-influenced songwriting is said to enchant audiences, drawing comparisons with artists such as Ben Howard, Lucy Rose and fingerstyle guitarist Andy Mckee. Over the past year, Jessie has supported acts such as Seafret, Dan Owen, Ciaran Lavery, Bryde and Brooke Bentham whilst also enjoying regular Sofar Sound appearances across Europe and South America. Jessie’s demo singles received support from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music and on BBC Introducing. She has recently received a grant from the Alan Surtees Trust that will enable her to release her debut EP later this year. Jessie will be playing at a number of UK festivals this summer in preparation for the EP release.WATCH: https://youtu.be/YNcuOxNTyIY