Wednesday 5th June, 1pm, will see breakthrough Manchester act Bipolar Sunshine play a special pop up acoustic set for Lunch Time Live at the Bench Self Made Gallery in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
Bipolar Sunshine is tipped for huge things and so far his tracks have received support from Radio 1’s Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Phil Taggart and Alice Levine, plus Xfm’s John Kennedy, Jon Hillcock and Eddy Temple-Morris.
His is the eighth Lunch Time Live, following sets from Manchester favourites Brown Brogues, Letters to Fiesta, JJ Rosa, The Naughtys, The Quangos, Dirty North and Frazer King.
The gig comes ahead of the release of his debut EP ‘Aesthetics’ on 17th June. This will feature the popular tracks ‘Fire’ and ‘Rivers’, which have both topped the HypeM charts and surpassed 120,000 plays on Soundcloud.
Having recently played Liverpool Sound City with AlunaGeorge, Dot to Dot and the NME stage at The Great Escape, Bipolar Sunshine will be going on to play headline shows to launch the EP in London at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen on 20th June and Manchester at Soup Kitchen on 21st June.