STITCH  are  Nikita,  Gray  and  Kye,  a  new  Alt-Pop  band  from  London,  UK.

 They are the 2019 winners of the Isle of Wight Festival 'New Blood' competition,   earning them a performance on the 8000 capacity Big Top stage.

 

 Above  all  else,  they  believe  in  making  Pop  music  that  feels  to  it’s  core.  For  them  music  is  a  way  of  releasing  their  struggles,  hopes  and  experiences  out  into  the  world.  All  the  music  they  create  has  been  devotedly  crafted  quite  literally  ‘in-house’  in  their  home  where  they  all  live  together,  writing,  producing  and  recording  all  the  music  themselves.

 

 Simply,  they  are  three  best  friends,  making  music  everyday.

 

 What  do  they  sound  like?

 

 Think  Florence  and  The  Machine  meets  Clean  Bandit,  meets  Annie  Lennox,  meets  Fleetwood  Mac.  Intricate  dual-gender  vocal  harmonies  with  lush,  emotive  textures  supported  by  infectious  rhythm.  Rip  roaring,  party-starting  trumpet  solos,  throbbing  and  pulsing  basses  that  get  you  in  the  gut,  haunting  violin  atmospheres  that  fill  the  air,  and  tearing  emotional  vocal  belts  in  resounding  unity.  

 

 Their  live  show  plays  an  exciting  key  role  in  what  they  have  to  offer,  from  atmospheric  orchestral  pop  intros  to  trumpet  solos,  sweeping  violins,  live  drum  looping  and  audience  participation  they  strive  to  put  on  a  fully  immersive  show  even  more  ambitious  than  the  music  itself.  Amplified  by  Nikita’s  high  energy,  captivating  stage  presence  it  is  an  experience  tailored  for  the  big  stage.

 

 STITCH were  chosen  to  play  London  Pride  in  Trafalgar  Square  just  months  after  forming  in  2016,  and  were  swiftly  scouted  by  MWR  (Matt  Waterhouse  Represents)  as  official  remixers.  Shortly  after,  the  band  raised  £2700  via  a  successful  Kickstarter  campaign,  in  order  to  bring  their  debut  EP,  ‘Welcome  to  the  Dream’  to  life.  Since  then,  the  group  have  amassed  a  follower  base  of  over  20,000  on  international  live-streaming  app  Blued,  been  long-listed  for  the  2018  Unsigned  Music  Awards,  played  multiple  times  on  BBC  Introducing  The  South  and  offered  publishing  deals  by  partners  of  Notting  Hill  music.  Most  recently,  they  have  joined  forces  with  sync  company  A&G  sync.  STITCH  were  also  discovered  at  a  show  by  Shodement  LTD,  resulting  in  performances  at  the  likes  of  the  prestigious  Global  12  festival,  at  Cargo  London.  

 

 They  are  completely  self-managed  and  funded,  and  have  financed  everything  from  the  music  to  the  photos  to  the  artwork.  With  the  funding  they  gained  from  their  loyal  fans,  they  released  their  debut  music  video  for  their  lead  single  Champagne  premiering  exclusively  onthe  hugely  renowned  ‘Clash’  Magazine.  To  celebrate  they  played  a  sold  out  show  at  The  Hoxton  Underbelly  in  London  in  March  2018.