Benumu Sunday Sessions are back!

Benumu Sunday Sessions are back!

Benumu proudly present our next Sunday Session instalment to support, showcase and celebrate live music from across the UK. Our

Benumu proudly present our next Sunday Session instalment to support, showcase and celebrate live music from across the UK.

Our Sunday Sessions are FREE ENTRY with tickets before 8pm – after 8pm it’s £5 otd.

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Audiyo are partnering with us and will be giving away a 360 cube Bluetooth speaker and a pair of their flagship i8s Bluetooth headphones.

Ktown studios are our official Back Line partner.

Line up:

Finding Kate

Kate Pavli’s greatest asset is undoubtedly vocal power. Dark and heavy sounds supporting vocal melodies, which standing-alone could almost be from any popular genre, are the key features of Finding Kate’s album “If I Fall”. After growing experience and appearances in a multitude of U.K. venues, there is no doubt that the new album is truly a cut above – and is aimed at a worldwide audience.
    Mourning Birds are a 5-piece rock band from Medway, Kent. Originally starting as a 3-piece the band had early successes with tracks like ‘The Last Thing (I Need), ‘Oh Yeh,’ ‘Eve Of The Isle,’ ‘Breathe,’ and ‘Exile’ gaining them the attentions of BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, BBC Kent Introducing, NME, XFM/Radio X and Amazing Radio as well as numerous blogs and alternative radio stations.The garage rock outfit went on to release their debut album on P-Vine Records in Japan in December 2014 to good acclaim. After a brief hiatus they have come back bigger and better with new additions Pete Weller (Lead vox/rhythm guitar) and Dale Radford (keyboard) with a more ambitious and bigger arena rock sound. The 5-piece are currently building up to the release of their returning single with ambitions of bigger gigs, festivals and a new album in the pipeline.
    Spilt Milk Society are a 5-piece band from the Midlands making indie/rock music. Starting out at house parties and building up an online presence of over 16,000 monthly listeners and half a million total streams, they have been described by the likes of Fred Perry Subculture as one of Birmingham’s brightest future bands.The Spilly Milk boys have done live sessions for Pirate Studios, BBC Introducing WM and BBC Introducing Shropshire. Indie Shuffle described us as “mesmerising” and Alternative Tracks said that “with their genuinely funky them that’s utterly infectious, and their winning blend of indie-pop, guitar-rock and catchy, danceable grooves, Spilt Milk Society are definitely a band to listen out for.”

    Midlands five piece Violet come drenched in big sounds with an indie spark, combining influences that draw from 90s Grunge to Britpop. Pedal immersed guitars entwined with inricate drums and powerful basslines come together to create a unique ethereal, yet captivating sound. The band are likened to the ambiance of Slowdive, the mystique of The Horrors and the intensity of The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

    Formed in late 2016 through interconnected lives, Violet have spent the best part of a year writing, recording and honing their sound. Having played a mere handful of gigs the band are yet to bloom, but with music on the way there’s plenty to look out for.


    Chilè are an Electro-Pop band with a mix of Polish, French and Czech, producing an electrifying blend of bass and melody perfect for rooftop pool parties.

    They actually met at one such pool party. Hearing bassist Damien speak about the vibrant street party scene in São Paulo made sense to drummer Miro whose mission in life centres on the audience’s most basic instinct – to move to the beat. Singer and producer Marta joined in with her ethereal melodies that make you feel like you’re preparing for the perfect holidays on a deserted sunny island while feeling a little bit nostalgic.

    “Genius mix of pop and electronica” – Where The Music Meets


    A four piece band from Hastings playing alternative indie rock.