Fizzi Sundays is a monthly FREE ENTRY celebration of live music in Four Bars at Dempseys.

We’re No Heroes 
Tree Of Wolves
Nanook Of The North
Hehfu

Sunday 9th August 2015
Four Bars at Dempseys
4pm doors – acts start early!
Ages 18+
FREE ENTRY

We’re No Heroes

Lively Cardiff 3-piece We’re No Heroes draw influence from the raw and aggressive motion of punk & Indie but fuse it with the deep grooves, melody & soul of their favorite funk acts, cementing a real & exciting approach to pop music that resonates strong with their dedicated fan base who name themselves the WNH Wolfpack.

Originally formed in a downtown studio space in Chicago, the band have known each other since they were kids & having this close connection shows in everything they do from their performances to their hands on approach to the loyal fans who extend past the borders of the UK and around the world. The band first started out playing student houses, and gigging underground to hone their skills with each member having such passion to play music, both live and recorded, in the studio or in rehearsal space the band basically just love playing music.

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Tree Of Wolves

Tree Of Wolves are a 5 piece band from Carmarthen comprising Aled Thomas, Gruffydd Wyn Owen, Mark Howells, Jack Beddis and Charli Bicknell.

After a full summer of festival appearances, including Cardiff’s Hub Fest and Wrexham’s Focus Wales Festival, their second single of 2014 “Let The Night Take Me” saw the band branching out musically and showing a dreamier side that was at once delicate yet still embraced the anthemic pop song.  They supported the release with a successful run of dates around the UK, including a headline slot at Oxjam Cardiff and the reopening of The Parrot in their hometown of Carmarthen, a venue close to their hearts.

2015 looks set to be a big year for Tree Of Wolves with a debut EP on the way, Louderthanwar have highlighted them as a band to look out for.

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Nanook Of The North

“The most impressive single I’ve heard recently is by Nanook of the North. On ‘Panda Eyes’ they sound accomplished, warm and beautiful.” – Huw Stephens, NME

“With a vast openness creating a fragile and delicate soundscape their latest offering builds in to the most wonderful of climaxes in true post-apocalyptic style.” – Scientists of Sound

“They flit from fast-paced urgency to slow and lingering melancholy…. it’s not often that the maturity of a band’s sound and song-writing belie so convincingly their newness.” – Drunken Werewolf

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