news Emerging Worcestershire psych rockers Plastic Scene to play Birmingham June 12, 2018 Marta MeazzaJohnny Killer, plastic scene, The VictoriaPlastic Scene are by now habitués of the Birmingham music scene. Having already played many of the notorious local stages over the past few years, they are now set to take over the The Victoria later this summer.Plastic Scene are young and full of energy. Their music is eclectic, refreshing, with the lo-fi nature of their recordings adding an extra layer of dynamism to their works. Since releasing their official debut single ‘Backseat’ in 2016, Plastic Scene have continued to release demos and individual tracks on their Soundcloud, building a solid and remarkable repertoire. They have had the chance to showcase their work all throughout the Midlands, and have now slowly began to infiltrate the London independent music scene as well.Having supported the likes of Primal Scream, We Are Scientists and Molotov Jukebox back in 2016 at Lakefest, they have been working diligently to spread the word about their music, building connections in Birmingham and beyond, and demonstrating their calibre as artists with their engaging and vibrant performances.Before taking part again in Lakefest later this year, they will first stop by for a gig in Birmingham on July 20th at The Victoria, with support from Johnny Killer.Tickets are available here.AboutLatest Posts Marta MeazzaPsychedelic rock, electronic, post-punk and everything in between. Also, dogs. Latest posts by Marta Meazza (see all) Review: Plastic Scene’s dreamy, psychedelic tunes enraptured Birmingham - July 21, 2018 Review: The Barr Brothers mesmerise Birmingham with a hypnotic set - July 17, 2018 Emerging Worcestershire psych rockers Plastic Scene to play Birmingham - June 12, 2018 You may also like... All Years Leaving announces The Orielles, Dream Wife and more for 2018 event All Years Leaving's reputation and popularity has grown steadily over years, reaching fever pitch when this year’s hotly anticipated event sold out of... Major international music conference Pivotal to launch in Birmingham this September Birmingham will be the proud host of Pivotal, a new international music conference this September, set to take over the city's historic Jewellery Quar... Review: Plastic Scene’s dreamy, psychedelic tunes enraptured Birmingham Worcestershire psych quintet Plastic Scene headlined the evening of musical discovery at The Victoria on July 20th, where, accompanied by What's Left,... Review: Brain Food’s ‘Mindwinder’ is a twisted and shapeshifting acid trip The East Birmingham four piece have made a triumphant return to music with a chaotic, yet controlled, journey around the brain.