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Our pick of 10 artists you're going to hearing a lot about next year!

It’s that time of year again, and this year’s Ones To Watch list is jam-packed with talent. Here’s our pick of 10 artists we think are going to be packing out rooms across the UK and beyond in 2018… 

Jerry Williams

Who are they?
Portsmouth based twenty-one-year-old indie-pop maker who draws inspiration from legendary artists such as The Cure and The Smiths, and more contemporary acts like Taylor Swift and Lily Allen. 

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Jade Bird

 

Who are they? 
With a versatile acoustic-based sound, London-based Jade Bird has supported the likes of London Grammar, Tom Odell and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man on tour. 

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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever 

Who are they? 
The Melbourne indie-pop-makers whose first visit to UK shores saw them sell-out 3 London shows. 

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Tom Tripp

Who are they? 
The North London producer who’s taken songs he’s made in his bedroom, to some of the biggest stages on the planet. 

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Sam Fender

Who are they? 
The talented Newcastle lad with huge tunes has supported the likes of Hozier, Catfish and the Bottlemen, George Ezra and loads more. 

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Lewis Capaldi 

Who are they? 
Lewis makes gorgeous down-tempo Pop/Folk/Soul music with a low-key stripped back approach and is the fastest ever unsigned artist to reach 25 million plays on Spotify

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Confidence Man 

Who are they?
It’s all about the confidence, man! The Melbourne foursome make cute but deadly club bangers to dance the night away to. 

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The Ninth Wave

Who are they? 
The Glasgow quartet named after an Ivan Aivazovsky painting make music with multiple vocal layers played over ’80s punk-rock guitars & synths with hugely anthemic choruses. 

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Bad Sounds 

Who are they?
Imagine if Beck & The Flaming Lips lived in Bath, were pretty into Britpop and had a bit of a fascination with death – that’s Bad Sounds. 

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Joy Crookes 

Who are they? 
Born and raised in Elephant and Castle, the Londoner makes cool-as-you-like soul and inspired by Nancy Sinatra, Bob Dylan and Massive Attack. 

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