We could not be more proud to welcome our good friends Heavenly Recordings back to Totnes to again guest curate for us at Sea Change. Lets think of this as a standing order. In 2016 they presented TOY on the eve of their new album, introduced us to The Parrots on the day their debut LP dropped and brought along guests Rose Elinor Dougall and Ultimate Painting.

In 2017 we're thrilled to have their newest signing The Orielles in town, plus showcases from H.Hawkline (playing a rare solo show), Amber Arcades and the Saturday night headliner in Temples. Still trippin' that we managed to pull that together!

Heavenly will be brining the Jukebox with them for some DJ sets and take over the Civic Hall on Saturday 26th August.



The Quietus are doubtless one of the most unique and independent voices in music journalism. They champion the underground, the extreme and the overlooked; they also pull no punches. In 2016 they hosted shows From Richard Dawson, Bo Ningen and Teeth of the Sea.

In 2017 they will be presenting an extended two day showcase at Unit23 to include Sex SwingHey Colossus, Blanck Mass, Jane Weaver and more. It will get late and loud.



Established by German-born Robert Raths in early 2007, Erased Tapes will be turning ten this year and celebrating with us by putting on a special showcase at our 15th century church venue. They were in town hanging last year and we're so very proud to welcome them back. Confirmed are Douglas Dare, Masayoshi Fujita and Daniel Brandt & Eternal Something.



Another Birthday, this time looking good at Twenty. Bella Union were founded in 1997 by Simon Raymonde of Cocteau Twins and over the last two decades have become arguable the most critically and commercial successful label in the UK.

Bella Union will be welcoming Will Stratton, Holly Macve, LOWLY and a special guest to the Civic Hall on Friday 25th.


Fire Records

Fire Records was the original maverick Psychedelic Art Pop label born out of the DIY independent labels boom of the 70s. It intrigued and entranced with the splendidly surreal tales of early Pulp; embraced the famed pop shambolism of the Television Personalities, the dashing tunesmithery of the Close Lobsters, the sonic serenity of Spacemen 3, the legendary lo-fi art-rock terrorism of Half Japanese, and a wonderful tapestry of outre pop stretched over 30 years.

The label was resurrected by James Nicholls, who also founded sister label Earth Recordings. 

Fire Records are bringing four of their current roster of amazing talents, Virginia Wing, Death And Vanilla, Rats on Rafts and one of our all time favourites in Jane Weaver



If you want to talk about young labels making immaculate debuts, then Basin Rock have unquestionable secured themselves a place in that conversation forever more. Launching (officially) this year out of Todmorden, their first two releases have been the latest albums from Julie Byrne and Nadia Reid... neither of which have spent much time away from our stereo.

Thrilled to have both Julie and Nadia playing live for us alongside Jim Ghedi and a special guest headline appearance from Ryley Walker in what will be one of the most in-demand shows of the whole weekend.