BLESS. are a young London based rock band with a pop and punk energy, reflecting a vast array of influences which range from late-70s New Wave Punk to 60s Flower-Power ballads with a distinct sprinkle of Northern Soul thrown in for good measure.
In two years, BLESS. have earned a fine reputation across Britain's stages, from Glastonbury Festival who described the single Daddy Didn't Make It as a Rockstar as "a classic of our time", to The Roundhouse Camden opening for Frank Turner.
The band, supported by the Joe Strummer Foundation, have also played more than 40 dates in France.
Casarina are an Edinburgh based funk-rock Trio. New to the scene with just as new a sound - mirroring a blend of influences including John Mayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Royal Blood - the band have recently played their first dates at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018.