Little Robots First there was a bang. Then there was a clang and then all of a sudden out of the smoke three little robots appeared.... There's more than three of them and nothing robotic about their playing. This tight knit collective born of the Seven Hills of Sheffield employ close harmony singing to draw the audience into their love of folk and blues. "Little Robots are the most siren-like band I think I’ve seen". - Nat Johnson "Through a steam-whistle of woman-powered vocals and eclectic instrumentation, Little Robots' full-blooded renditions of blues-folk originals feel immediately inclusive." - Diane Cluck "Blending tight Appalachian vocal harmonies with ukulele strums and delicate rhythms, this Sheffield collective are a loveable bunch with a penchant for blues, bluegrass and folk" - Sam Walby, Now Then Listen: https://littlerobots.bandcamp.com FUNLAND FUNLAND are Jim Baxter (singing, guitar) and Kate Wood (everything else). They joined forces in early 2019, sharing a love of melancholic pop songs from the 1980s and beyond, and combining complementary talents: melody and harmony, light and shade, words and pictures. They've been busy in the studio since then, working on some short musical stories, which they're excited to be bringing to an audience for the first time.