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Welsh trio TRIBELESS (they’ve dropped “The” from their name recently) don't have far to travel when they join the bill at ASCENSION at The Patriot in South Wales, bringing with them "a broad, anthemic, widescreen sound, mixing souring melodies with alt-rock power and pop sensibilities and a lot of energy!" In fact this won't be their first trip to The Patriot; "we’ve played The Patriot before, it was Lydia’s first gig with the band. We love the stage and sound and it always has a great crowd and atmosphere."

Formed in 2013 this band deliver "intricate melodies, anthemic firepower, electronic nuance and progressive, modern alt-rock" and are a close knit unit with a shared taste in music; "the biggest challenge was finding individuals that shared the same outlook on music. We knew immediately, when Lydia became the last piece of the jigsaw, that this was the perfect line-up."

From its pop-punk origins, the sound has developed to a much more expansive anthemic sound, with influences ranging from Biffy Clyro to Linkin Park; "Lydia loves Pvris and Alive Tonight, Max is a massive fan of Linkin Park, Alter Bridge and Sevendust, while Latif is really influenced by Feeder, Biffy Clyro and Arcane Roots."

Performing live is a common love amongst the band, "The energy of the music. Conveying the sound and energy to the audience. It’s what we all live for." The audience at ASCENSION are in for a treat and a wall of sound! They've just released single 'Lithograph' and have recently recorded an EP at Rockfield Studios with producer Nick Brine (Teenage Fanclub, The Darkness, Beth Blade). "The whole atmosphere and history of the place really inspired us. We’re incredibly proud of what came out of that session, and can’t wait for everyone to hear it."

TRBELESS take to the stage on Friday 7th June at 19:15 pm which will see them opening the inaugural ASCENSION.


Band Members:

Lydia McDonald- Vocals 

Latif Bryant - Guitar 

Max Rhead - Drums



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