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Unsurprisingly, tickets flew out for This Feelings Red Stripe and This Feeling first ‘Red Stripe presents: This Feeling Studio Sessions’ this Wednesday at Pirate Studios in Notting Hill, West London. Those lucky enough to have bagged tickets are set to watch three of the hottest rising stars of the live circuit Trampolene, Emily Capell and Sheafs. All three sets will be streamed live over at This Feeling, Red Stripe and Pirate Studios Facebook pages. We take look at all three bands journeys so far and why you should be plugged in for that live stream…  


From supporting Liam Gallagher and The Libertines, to being featured in The Independent’s top albums of 2017 and then to announcing their own headline tour – nothing is out of reach for Trampolene. The welsh trio have gone from strength to strength since starting out in 2013. Successfully, combining poetry and rock ‘n’ roll, Trampolene have released six EPs in the last three years and their debut album, Swansea to Hornsea was released on 27th October which received rave reviews. Lead singer Jack Jones not only plays guitar but also performs spoken word, he is also the lead guitarist in Peter Doherty’s band the Puta Madres. Trampolene will tour the UK in April 2018, followed by their biggest headline show to date on 9 May 2018 where they will play the Scala in London. 

Emily Capell 

Emily Capell is an amazing singer-songwriter and musician from North West London who is not to be missed. Emily got her first guitar when she was just 10 years old and was gigging by the age of 14, after playing her first open mic night with original songs she has been addicted to gigging ever since. She has been featured by Fred Perry Subculture and had her music has playlisted on stations such as Radio X and BBC London. She has also shared the stage with many greats at festivals like Glastonbury, Reading Festival, the Isle of White Festival, and Y Not Festival. She also recently supported TEXAS for their Africa Tour. Watch Emily Capell been interviewed below for This Feelings TV’s ‘Breaking Bands’.


Sheafs, Sheafs, Sheafs… Where do we start? Gaining a solid reputation for their absolutely mindblowing shows, they have played knock out performances at: Isle of Wight Festival, Y Not Festival (two sets in two hours – the second to over two thousand people), Reading Festival, and Tramlines. Sheafs have supported the likes of Pretty Vicious, The Hidden Charms,  IDLES and Tom Grennan. They beat over 400 other bands to win the Virgin FreshFest competiton and have performed live on Edith Bowman’s breakfast show. They also made the last 120 bands of Glastonbury’s 2017’s emerging talent competition. They are currently on their headline tour with This Feeling selling out dates up and down the UK. 

In addition to Red Stripe presents This Feeling Studio Sessions, the partnership with Red Stripe and This Feeling will also involve the sponsorship of over 200 club nights across the UK throughout 2018, alongside a revival of the pair’s online music TV show ‘Red Stripe presents: This Feeling TV’.

To stay ahead of the curve and avoid missing out on any new developments in the exciting partnership between Red Stripe and This Feeling in 2018 , and to more importantly watch the live stream! Visit the Red Stripe Twitter and Facebook page for updates.



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