Rising two-piece group The Good Water are hosting a night of free music.
The Birmingham-based band have also invited visual, sound and projection artists to appear at their third instalment of The Good Water Presents.
Tonight’s event at the Centrala, Unit 4, Minerva Works, in Fazeley Street, Digbeth, runs from 8pm until midnight.
Performing alongside hosts The Good Water, formed by lead singer and guitarist Rob Clements, and drummer, Tom Fisher, who also provides backing vocals, will be Juneau Brothers and Health & Efficiency.
Fisher, from Kings Heath, said: “It’s a DIY event, combining live music, and projection and visual art.
“We wanted to create our own unique event using different art forms. It’s a pop-up event we run from time-to-time for free, just for the love of it. Our event is a collaborative project, which we will aim to continue doing at least once or twice a year using different spaces.”
Fisher officially formed the band with Clements, from Redditch, last year – but the pair have been touring the Birmingham scene for a number of years.
Their latest release, See Your Light, which has enjoyed air time on BBC 6 radio, is available from The Good Water website and there is also an accompanying video on YouTube. The Good Water Presents forms part of Digbeth First Friday, a collective of arts spaces and galleries that stay open late on the first Friday of each month.