This four piece indie group take influence from the likes of Oscar Jerome, BadBadNotGood, MacDemarco and The Streets. Having been on the scene for a year, PieBoy have just recorded their first EP with their single "What She Wants" due to be released a week before their appearance at Byline Festival! Come and see Sunday night off with the act that's going to make you dance the night away! (Plus it's Paul Thornton's, lead singer's, birthday! Come and celebrate with the band!)
Mark Anthony grew up in Finsbury Park, North London where he began his deep interest in and music.
Through his love for music, he met a rapper from South London called ‘Hi Breed’and a singer from West London called ‘Paul Lee’. After many years of hanging out together and sharing a deep passion for music, they eventually formed the music group ‘The Meds Collective’.
The Meds Collective then teamed up with London based producer 'BA Nusance' and recorded a catalogue of tracks together.
In May 2012; The Meds Collective released their debut album ‘Heartbreaks & Remedies’ and in January 2013; released their debut EP ‘Change’. These releases were followed up with various tours and shows in & around the UK.
Their busy gig schedule and media presence, saw the group build up a core fan base around Europe and beyond. The group eventually split in September 2014. Now Mark is playing solo gigs, come and see his late night set at the Forest Forum.
Don’s songs have sold on over 10 million records worldwide. A versatile and subtle songwriter his songs have been sought out by pop, country, folk and classical artists. As well as being a successful songwriter Don is also an accomplished performer whose lilting melodies and profound lyrics amount to a deeply moving musical experience.
Modulus Quartet is a London-based ensemble specialising in performing original string quartet repertoire written in close collaboration with a number of international composers. Drawing on its collective experience, the quartet seeks out music of an individual style, developing creative relationships with composers and artists. The quartet explores new ways of presenting music, performing in unusual venues and incorporating visual arts and multi-media technology.