Sun Spot
GB Bristol – Alt-Pop / Indie/Alternative / Electronica / Experimental Pop
Sun Spot


Sun Spot - Keepsake (Official Music Video)
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Ab67616d0000b2736f3a0d68cd51f991aa74907e Clipping 02 Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b273dc168965e6ce424556e6a9fd Mercury Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b273ed045b7965281e2a3b4e31ee n-Body Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b273f9290568a6403cfe92e98fc1 Clipping EP Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b2730722c92424b78ad0401ddf26 Johari Window Single 2020
Venn Records
Ab67616d0000b27368f8336eb9c0bc4d1b057147 Keepsake Single 2023
Ab67616d0000b273c65d226fac5315733d666e37 Extinction Bell Single 2023
Sun Spot, The Cure
Ab67616d0000b2739393d2979f99346188aee798 Johari Window / Lovesong Single 2020
Heavenly Creature Records
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder sad songs for dirty covers - a compilation of the national covers for house of tulip Single 2021
No Agency
Gro Management
Niall Platt
Venn Records
Laurent 'Lags' Barnard
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Sun Spot’s industrial tinted alt-pop lurks between pulses of twisted electronica and jagged 90’s indie, drawing melancholy 2000’s dance, raucous post-punk and ethereal hyper pop into the mix to form an emotive and immersive sound.

After years of playing in Brighton and Southampton DIY bands before finding themselves as members of Bristol’s thriving indie scene, Sun Spot released their debut EP, Clipping EP in September 2021 on Rosecoloured Records - showcasing their love of experimental pop with an offering saturated with bombastic, sampled drums, waves of ambient synths and interjections of corrupted, effects-laiden melody.

Having supported the likes of JAWS, The XCERTS and Black Marble and performed at festivals around the country, Sun Spot returned to Bristol to commence writing a follow-up. Helmed by producer and guitarist George Turner with vocalist and bassist Will Palmer, these sessions were spent with a particular focus on collaboration and further experimentation in mind.

Now operating as a four piece—with live members Kris Bressington and Scott ‘Scoops’ Alexander-Bowen permanent additions to the line-up—Sun Spot re-emerge with the announcement that they are working with Venn Records to present their latest foray into warped, genre fluid pop; their forthcoming new EP Working Memory.

‘Keepsake’—the lead single from their forthcoming new EP, Working Memory—was released earlier this year to a wave of notable support from The Independent, Distorted Sound Magazine, and Bring The Noise, with radio spins from Jack Saunders at BBC R1 and Alex Baker at Kerrang! Radio, who made the band his Fresh Blood Featured Artist of The Week.

New EP ‘Working Memory’ available 19.05.23 via Venn Records

“Angular lo-fi and vast, ambient textures married to melancholic pop hooks and shimmering guitars” -

“Despite being labelled as minimalist, sun spot have created an emotive and immersive experience” - Circuit Sweet

“Sparse yet richly textured layers of lo-fi electronica and rippling rhythms” - Bristol in Stereo

“Distinct, distorted pop” - Distorted Sound Magazine