In April 2021, the Oxford four-piece released their debut album, If You Could Have It All Again, to critical acclaim, reaching #2 in the Itunes UK Album Chart, #17 in the Official UK Album Sales Chart. Apple Music’s Zane Lowe described the band’s ‘unbelievable…soulful, intellectual creativity’. They are being play-listed on Australia’s Double J and included on NPR’s New Music Friday.

The show is a part of the UpTone series, with free admission, just reserve your spot at on their own record label, Emotional Interference, If You Could Have It All Again takes stock of a 20s filled with false starts, heartbreak and cyclical conflict, carving a path towards a better decade to come.

Formed in 2016, the band itself has shared a handful of lauded EPs over the last four years, holding hands with both the regal pop sensibilities of latter day Radiohead and the buoyant synth-led gusto of LCD Soundsystem and Talking Heads, as well as counting Dayglow and Glass Animals amongst their fans.