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Sunday 28 April

Coral Palms / Hallan / Russell & the French Boys / ONE GIRL / MUX

18:00 - 22:30

Benumu proudly present our fourth Sunday Session to support, showcase and celebrate live music from across the UK.
This Sunday Session will be supporting artists from ICMP London – The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance and special guests MUX
Our Sunday Sessions are FREE ENTRY with tickets before 8pm – after 8pm it’s £5 otd.
Audiyo are partnering with us and will be giving away a 360 cube Bluetooth speaker and a pair of their flagship i8s Bluetooth headphones.
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Line up:

Coral Palms

Coral Palms are a brand new Indie-Pop duo from London. Mastering melodic driven guitar lines, with pulsing rhythms and memorable lyrics, Coral Palms capture that sonic sound of summer. Combing their indie roots with their love of modern contemporary Pop/Dance, their music engages those listeners looking for that nostalgic indie sound, coupled with the energetic dance beats reminiscent of many current pop artists.

Currently working out of Spectrum Studio’s, the duo have been working on their debut EP, releasing in 2019. Drawing influence from Foals, Two Door Cinema club, Arctic monkeys and Fickle Friends, and combing it with the likes of SG Lewis and Charlie Puth, Coral Palms are set to make their live debut at Camden Assembly on 28th April 2019! An event almost 2 years in the making.


Born from personal confrontation and inspired by the close-minded toxicity of middle class youth, Portsmouth’s post-punk four piece, Hallan, craft raw music delivered straight from the soul. Speaking volumes with their music alone, Hallan makes sure that their energetic lives performances, grungy instrumentation and well thought-out lyricism do the talking.

The band’s new single ‘Fish Frenzy’ gives ears a massive helping of personality with a dollop of ferocity coupled with spasmodic guitar riffs and ’80s-style bass lines. The track was recently featured as BBC Introducing track of the week by BBC Radio Solent. Despite only forming in January 2018, Hallan has already headlined Portsmouth’s best independent live venue, embarked on a six-date UK headline tour and are set to record their next single in the very same recording studio previously used by some big industry names including The Cure, Foals, Royal Blood and The Wytches. Viva la post-punk revolution!

Russell & the French Boys

A suggestive & progressive pop rock band with the aim of bringing fun and good vibes though honest, relatable lyrics and catchy, upbeat music. Consisting of three lads from France and some bloke called Russell (believe it or not). oh, and Dom is also there.

For anyone who is bored with taking life too seriously.


One Girl is a London Based indie/pop outfit with singer/producer James Coxon leading the way, who came to London in late 2016 to pursue music. Taking influence from 80s pop, 90s dance and indie music. Sometimes adding some funky guitar melodies and a hint of lush soundscapes for good measure. Matching this with sincere lyrics about life, love, sex, vulnerability and confusion – while having a fixation on the warmth of nostalgia from 70s and 80s pop culture.


Electro-alternative-indie duo based in London. MUX blends elements of electronica, stoner, trip-hop, krautrock and punk.  

Entry : FREE online / £5 OTD

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