Future Yard are teaming up with old friends She Drew The Gun – who played the first ever show at Future Yard – to host a fabulous all-day event, All Roads Lead To The Future.
On Saturday 30th April, She Drew The Gun present an all-day event that will run across two stages, featuring a hand-picked line-up of friends, allies and outstanding musicians who all share their belief that music needs to say something as well as sound great.
Cult folk songwriter Beans on Toast and witty, lo-fi quartet Lime Garden join She Drew The Gun (pictured) in performing on the night, with both acts sharing Louisa’s desire to reflect political and societal tensions through their music. Fiery punk upstarts ĠENN (who have already headlined a memorable show at Future Yard) and eclectic Warrington four-piece Man & The Echo also join the party, for an event that runs from 3pm ‘til late.
Spoken word educator Toria Garbutt and Scouse raconteur ROY (Skint & Demoralised) will also be performing on the night, bringing an added dimension of lyrical wit to proceedings. Freak-folk three-piece Mamatung are going to be at the centre of the party, while Philly Moore brings his dreamy torch songs; there’s also soulful hip hip from Dayzy and hypnotic ambience from new Manchester troupe crush. Add in the brazen pop of Mickey Callisto, Torture & The Desert Spiders‘ leftfield garage intensity and Macca Taylor‘s melodic, melancholic meanderings and you’ve got a show that is stacked with talent.