Their songs to date are like exquisite, detail-rich pastoral pop miniatures, all lovestruck or lovelorn lyrics, perfect chord progressions, dovetailing harmonies and jingle-jangling guitars.The Sunday Times
Kidsmoke’s shimmering brand of dreamy indie-pop has seen them make waves far beyond their native North Wales.
With a sync feature on Charlie Brooker’s Netflix series ‘Black Mirror’ under their belts, an invitation from Robert Smith (The Cure) to play his Meltdown Festival and a single chosen by Steve Lamacq as one of his ‘6Music Recommends’ tracks of the year, Kidsmoke have gone from strength to strength, captivating audiences on both sides of the Atlantic.
This is a ‘bring your own chair’ event – we don’t have any seating available for our outdoor performances, so please bring along a camping chair if you have one. Other seating options are allowed: rugs, blankets, mats, stools, thrones, sofas (it’s probably best sticking to the most portable option though).
This event will be performed within the Welsh Government’s physical distancing and safety guidelines. For more information about the measures we're taking click here.