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June Echoes with Tom Grennan, King Krule, Gengahr & More At Jacaranda Records

As the summer sun blazed up and faltered, Jacaranda Records kept the June heat with a sizzling line-up that had fans buzzing.

Leading the pack was the gifted Tom Grennan, who took to the Phase One stage on the 19th, delivering a compelling performance that captivated his audience.

With his gritty vocals and soulful melodies, Grennan has proven why he’s a force to be reckoned with on the music scene. As his streaming numbers soar into the hundreds of millions, this talented artist gave fans an unforgettable night that truly showcased his talent.

The month kicked off with The Royston Club lighting up Phase One. Known for their infectious indie rock sound, they set the tone for the month with a lively show that had the crowd on their feet.

On the 4th, The Boo Radleys brought their acoustic duo set to Phase One, offering a stripped-down performance that highlighted their raw talent and evocative songwriting.

The excitement shifted to the Invisible Wind Factory on the 13th, where our promotion of King Krule took centre stage. His genre-defying music reverberated through the venue, leaving the audience mesmerised by his distinctive fusion of punk jazz and hip hop.

On the same night, Hak Baker performed at Phase One. Known for his soul-baring lyrics and unique blend of folk and grime, Baker’s performance was both thought-provoking and heart-wrenching.

Gengahr followed on the 14th at Phase One, showcasing their signature dreamy indie rock. Their ethereal soundscapes and compelling lyricism were a hit with fans.

On the 15th, The Jacaranda hosted the Queens Of The Stone Age Midnight Club, an album listening party. Fans gathered to enjoy the band’s latest offering, demonstrating the tight-knit community that Jacaranda nurtures.

Django Django brought their psychedelic pop to Phase One on the 20th. Their multi-layered harmonies and experimental beats provided a mesmerising auditory experience for fans.

On the 21st, Phase One hosted an album listening party for the charming Maisie Peters. Her candid lyrics and pop melodies captivated attendees, solidifying her place as a rising star in the music scene.

The month came to a close with Do Nothing lighting up The Jacaranda, marking a thrilling end to a month packed with diverse and exceptional performances.

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