december, 2019

15dec4:00 pm11:00 pmA Not So Silent Night 2019 Feat. Empathy Test


Event Details

Due to popular demand, Rock Seen's 'A Not So Silent Night' event is back! This year we are partnering up with Musicians Against Homelessness with all proceeds going to Crisis.

We have a killer line up with a special headline set from the stunning Empathy Test. Their unique brand of dark electro pop has been featured by the likes of Netflix, HBO and MTV and we are super stoked to have them join us. You will fall in love.

We are also delighted to have Keighley’s very own As Sirens Fall, who will be playing a very special acoustic set and DJing our afterparty. These guys are currently on a UK tour with Sumo Cyco and are tipped for very big things.

No Rock Seen event would be complete without our very own Kill The Silence. With their stunning vocals, killer hooks and all round adorable personalities, these guys win over every crowd they play to.

Also joining us are hotly tipped Alt-Rock band Freedom of the City. Hailing from Manchester, these guys will hit your senses like a jackhammer. This is one of their comeback shows and is guaranteed to be something special.

Last but definitely not least, we have the incredibly talented Eloise Kerry opening the show. Her charming, sassy performance captivates audiences and leaves them wanting more.

This is our Rock Seen Christmas party and you are all invited. We will have raffles with exclusive band goodies, band themed cocktails, a gourmet food truck and a few other surprises. So join us for the festivities and lets raise some money for an extremely worthy cause.

Get your tickets for just £12 now before they sell out!

Empathy Test

Empathy Test is an independent London electronic pop duo consisting of childhood friends Isaac Howlett (vocals) and Adam Relf (production). Inspired by ’80s Sci-Fi soundtracks, ’90s guitar bands and underground UK dance music, the pair have an uncanny ability to write catchy pop tunes with intelligent, emotional lyrics and marry them to stunning, cinematic soundscapes you can lose yourself in. These tunes have been captured on the outfit's twin debut albums, Losing Touch and Safe From Harm

Clash described their music as “gorgeous, sumptuous futurepop”, while Line of Best Fit said it “wouldn’t sound out of place snaking into the soundtrack of Netflix’s Stranger Things”.


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