Genre: Indie / Alternative
Sleuth is the bookish indie popster from Wolverhampton, home of Slade and England's first automatic traffic lights. Sleuth's "For The Idle We Stand" was first broadcast by BBC Introducing in early May 2016 and then again in August, appearing on BBC 6 Music and Radio WM.
During 2016, Sleuth's notable shows included appearances at the Northern Sky Festival with Supergrass' Gaz Coombes and I am Kloot's John Bramwell, supporting Bluetones singer Mark Morriss in Stourbridge and then returning home for a Christmas show in Wolverhampton with The Lines frontman Alex Ohm.
The highest altitude show of the year had to be the 20th floor of the Rotunda in Birmingham where Songwall described the solo piano set as "lyrically thoughtful and musically enticing" and "like a consoling chat with a reassuring friend".
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