The line up

The Libertines, our Mansion on the Moon headline act, joined the pop fray in 2002 with their debut single, ‘What a Waster’. The Bernard Butler-produced track entered the UK's Top 40 in June, leaving NME to crown the Libertines as the best new band in Britain. The rest is history.

Maturity isn’t measured by years, but by character and Tom is an artist whose age has no reflection on the depth of his art and storytelling. A bluesy, soulful tone balanced with an original indie flair, Tom is guaranteed to make a massive impact on the scene when his music is revealed to fans.

Twisted Wheel’s irrepressible energy and ability to deliver inspired rock’n’roll gained them support slots with Oasis, Kasabian, Paul Weller, The Courteeners, The Happy Mondays and Ian Brown to name but a few, as well as sell-outs on their first UK tour. Mansion on the Moon is delighted to have them on board.

A blast of direct and anthemic indie that’s as infectious as it is heartfelt, the sound of Rats has already seen them burst out of their native hometown Liverpool, with their sizeable ambition lining up the rest of the world in their sights.

With hooks stickier than their name, SuperGlu are national treasures in waiting. A regional champion disco-dancer, a reclaimed boat dweller, an abstract painter and a proclaimed pesto addict form a band.

2017 was a good year for Bessie Turner. In January she decided to spend some money on recording a demo instead of going on holiday. It came as a surprise when she released the result, her debut single Big Sleep, to entirely unexpected acclaim; the song was viewed/streamed more than 10,000 times in the first 12 hours of her existence as a recording artist.

Ashfields are an exciting five-piece indie pop band from the dark corners of Nottingham. The lads have already achieved a sell-out EP launch show and reached the finals of Firestone Battle of the Bands which saw them play at Birmingham Arena before Biffy Clyro and Brand New. They have also played to a sold-out Rock City supporting The Sherlocks, headlined the famous Rescue Rooms, and are now nominated as ‘Best Rock Act 2018’ at The UMA Awards.

Originally from South London, Caswell grew up with her then punk rocker, now vinyl dealer, mother in Tulse Hill. She began writing songs at ten years old and subsequently taught herself the piano, and by fourteen she had secured a place at the prestigious BRIT School. Her singular sound - a mix of downtempo electronic soul and pop with a tangible jazz influence - fuses past and present.