Beyond The Tracks Artist Details - Sunday

The final part in the 'Artist Details' series will give you the full rundown of the artists coming to perform at Beyond The Tracks on Sunday 17th September 2017. You can see details of the Friday line-up here and the Saturday line-up here.


Multi-million selling band and Birmingham residents, Editors, have always had a love affair with the second city; we are incredibly excited to have them round off the festival weekend as our headliners on Sunday 17th September. With five albums under their belts, they will be bringing their alt-rock, synth heavy, electronic tinged anthems to Eastside City Park, closing the festival with such hits as 'Munich', 'Blood' and 'Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors'.


This band set the bench-mark in the post Sex Pistols music scene with their attitude and short sets drenched in feedback. Still a potent live force over 30 years since their debut album 'Psychocandy', we are proud to have them grace the stage and show the Beyond The Tracks audience what they can do!


Electro-indie band, Wild Beasts, are a talented, ambitious group of musicians with a rock swagger. Keen to explore new and bold territory, their sound is arresting and fresh. Beyond The Tracks audiences can expect a live set which will be as gripping as ever.


After being driven out of town by Britpop-obsessed music press twenty years ago, Slowdive are back. Their brand of shoegaze has influenced music by a number of bands from Tame Impala to the 1975. We're excited to welcome the band to the Beyond The Tracks stage with their hazy melodies and layers of guitar-drenched noise.


Peter Hook, former bassist for such legendary bands as Joy Division and New Order, leads this English rock band formed back in 2010. You can expect new solo material as well as timeless New Order and Joy division classics.


Nadine Shah will be bringing her passion drenched, politically-charged material to the stage on Sunday 17th September. Nadine's 'Holiday Destination' LP will be released a couple of weeks before her performance, with her single 'Out The Way' already making waves.


Having already been nominated for a Swedish Grammy for their debut EP, Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation are making their mark early on in their musical career. Expect Stockholm psychedelia from a band with a sound quickly evolving into more enchanting and enlightening strains.


Bringing their own brand of Blues and Americana to the inaugural Beyond The Tracks festival is Goodnight Lenin. The heavily influenced West Coast Americana outfit are now drawing comparisons to the likes of Bruce Springsteen and, more recently, War On Drugs.


Eera has a bare-bones approach to songwriting which compliments her emotional honesty - a coupling that creates her dark and brooding sound. She says her music is "in the pop world but with grunge elements" admitting her music changed when she swapped an acoustic guitar for the endless possibilities of the electric.


Acid rock meets acid house with Blackash, describing their music as "psychedelic sounds from the centre of the Earth". The band includes a space rock producer, an acid house pioneer, a dark lord of the DNB club scene, the driving force of a far eastern sleaze rock outfit and a shape shifting couturier prophet.


Birmingham locals, Victories at Sea, fuse a vivacious combination of brutalist electronic hooks, soaring post-punk guitars and dolorous wordplay. This post-punk synth band have been championed by a plethora of music publications, including a review from NME Radar which stated that "Birmingham has another band to be proud of".


Five-piece Birmingham band, Dorcha, produce a genre-defying sound that has been praised by BBC 6 Music's Stuart Maconie. The strings, electronics, synths and heavy beats show how they draw upon an eclectic array of influences and backgrounds.