Skip to content

Slaney Bay

Fusing soft, introspective lyricism with effervescent, ear-worm riffage, South-West London based trio Slaney Bay have already cemented their place within the alt-indie landscape. The band consists of three childhood friends; Cait Whitley (vocals) Joel Martin (bass) & Will Nicola-Thompson (guitar).

Fresh from a manic few months on the live circuit, including widely-acclaimed slots at The Great Escape and Dot To Dot, the band recently announced their forthcoming sophomore EP ‘Why Does Love Mean Loss?’ (due September) and shared the latest single ‘EST’. The bands gripping and unbridled energy is showcased throughout the track, marking the follow-up to cathartic first EP reveal ‘Move On’ and building on significant early press support (Billboard, The Independent, Dork, The Line Of Best Fit, Under The Radar) and several BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders) and BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq) spins.

Hotly tipped by likes of Dork (Hype List 2023) and Under The Radar (23 for 2023), the indie newcomers’ made quite the early impression on the release of their debut EP ‘A Life Worth Living’ (Nov 2022), a coming-of-age diary in which they explore the hardships of growing up. Already making a name for themselves on the live circuit with notable support slots for Sinead O’Brien, Bleach Lab and Coach Party, the band are now gearing up for a busy 2023 with lots of new music and festivals.

“This band have got bangers!” (Jack Saunders, BBC Radio 1)

Tour Dates

King No One @ Lafayette

Fri 22nd March 2024

King No One Headline show at Lafayette. Supporf from: Kytes & Slaney Bay. 11 Goods Way, N1C 4DP

Wanderlust 2024

Sat 4th May 2024

Various Southampton venues, Southampton SO14 3AR
See Seetickets for full line up and ticket prices

Bearded Theory 2024

Thu 23rd-Sun 26th May 2024

15th Anniversary
Catton Park, Walton-on-Trent
See ticket site for line up

Block Party Festival

Fri 31st May 2024

Supersonic’s Parisian festival digging the finest alternative music @  9 Rue Biscornet,75012 Paris, France

Left of the Dial

17- 19 October 2024

Various Rotterdam venues, See the Left of the Dial website for details and full line up. Tickets on sale now


EP: Why Does Love Mean Loss?
Out Now!
EP: A Life Worth Living
Out Now!


Our site uses cookies to measure traffic volume and to control cookie consent.We do not collect or have access to identifiable data.

You can control the cookies via your browser or by opting out in the cookie consent options.

The site has links to our accounts on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, X (Twitter) and YouTube. We don’t have any control over the cookies used by these platforms. They will use cookies to facilitate your experience and they may insert advertising.

Back To Top