Bipolar Sunshine To Play The Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Adio Marchant, otherwise known as Bipolar Sunshine, writes luscious indie-pop. The Manchester man has already supported Haim, Bastille and Rudimental on their tours and has not stopped gathering fans.
With his album almost here, Bipolar Sunshine is now on his UK tour. He’ll be at Portsmouth’s The Wedgewood Rooms in a couple of weeks. Sunshine has acknowledged in interviews that is musical influences come from David Bowie, Kanye West, reggae music and The Carpenters, so it’s really no surprise that his genre is difficult to define. His first two EPs has many different influences including baroque rock, Brit hop, Afrocentric vocals and arcade-game electro beats. One common thread of Marchant’s music is the rhythmic thrum and euphoric keyboards that does recall sounds from eclectic indie types Bombay Bicycle Club.
If you haven’t heard Bipolar Sunshine’s incredible sounds, then get down to the Wedgewood Rooms on April 14th for what will be a great night.