NNTS + ST Presents...
Doors : 7.30
£10 + Booking Fee (See, Dice,Bristol Ticket shop)
Etta Bond isn’t interested in the ordinarily. The Cambridge born, London living singer isn’t trying to sit down and fit in. Making her music as much about feminist expression as it is about creative gratification, Bond is opinionated, forceful and she has a point to make, artistically and politically. And the word is spreading.
Over the past few years, she’s smoothly worked with everyone from Wretch 32 to Plan B, Bonkaz and Skepta, testament to her individuality as an artist that she’s attracted such top-tier talent. And now with comeback singles ‘Surface’ and ‘Let Me Hit It’ causing a stir online, now feels the perfect time to finally welcome her to our stage.
Essex-born Mercy Sotire created Mercy’s Cartel after being inspired to drop out of University at a Chance The Rapper concert after seeing how he’s made it without major labels and in his own indie way. Adding to his, growing up listening to Nigerian music heavily impacts Mercy’s creations with fusions of afrobeat continually being featured throughout her songs. Mercy’s alternative R&B production is also influenced by Trap, Hip- Hop, Neo-soul.