New Music Stage


     Originating from Sheffield, Fear Lies describe their musical style as “thunderous anthemic rock!” Having supported members of classic rock acts, such as Rainbow and Iron Maiden, Fear Lies are undoubtedly going to rock the New Music Stage this year with tracks from their debut album, Elements, which is out to buy now.










As demonstrated on their debut album Amarylis, Broken Flowers unique country/rock style is something different in a world of indie and heavy rock. Regulars on Yorkshire’s live music scene, Broken Flowers have recently supported huge British bands such as The Feeling and Big Country. Make sure you check them out if country/rock is your thing.


Mollyanna are from Sheffield and describe their music as dark, dramatic and uncompromising, bringing together raw distorted guitars with gritty synth and powerful vocals. Their heavy rock sound and energetic performances make for an unforgettable live show. Having performed at many UK music festivals, including for our good friends at Tramlines in Sheffield, Mollyanna released their latest single “Thief” to huge critical acclaim in 2018.


Having all previously played in different bands Jill, Dal, Chris and Chris came together in Barnsley in order to perform some of the best power pop and rock tracks you’ll ever, with everything from new music to some classic rock floorfillers.


Cry released their debut album, Growing Old Disgracefully, on their very own label Crazy Flowerpot Records to an amazing response from fans. Their debut single, A Year And A Day, received airplay support from BBC Introducing and since then the track has gained airplay on radio stations across the USA and Europe. They have very varied influences, everyone from Van Halen to Hanoi Rocks to The Wildhearts and Black Stone Cherry. Comprising of Steve on guitar, Pete on bass, Matt on drums and over-the-top frontman (their words) Dave, Cry are definitely a band not to be missed at Wentworth 2019.


Originating from Doncaster and Sheffield, Kiziah And The Kings have been going from strength to strength following the release of their debut EP Fix Me. They have supported our very good friends Bang Bang Romeo, who themselves are about to support Pink across Europe, and legendary bands such as Bad Manners and The Blockheads. No strangers to UK festivals, Kiziah And The Kings are guaranteed to headline the New Music Stage for 2019 in style, check them out at 6pm.