Swindon's top talent showcased at Wharf Green
It wasn't quite the sunny afternoon we were expecting for a Saturday in July.
But no amount of rain could dampen the spirits of Swindon shoppers, who gathered in Wharf Green to celebrate more of the town's top talent.
Pitch Black gave an incredible performance which brought shoppers to a stand still at Wharf Green.
Singer Sophia Bovell's spine-tingling voice was complemented by the gentle sound of Kevin Rowe's electro/acoustic guitar.
And it comes as no surprise that the pair were approached after the gig by someone who could potentially sign them.
Definitely another example of Swindon's hidden talent.
Flame Grilled Chinchillas
Flame Grilled Chinchillas are an indie-rock band whose music has taken them across the country.
Their energy and quirky lyrics had everyone tapping their feet - and it's no surprise that their fan base is as varied as their sound.
Talking of which, they describe themselves as "Combat rock...
with a joe strummer kind of groove!"
The lead singer of Apple Rabbits impressed the crowds with the band's indie music, despite
performing on his own on Saturday.
They describe themselves as "the English Kitchen sink version of music, beautiful and ugly, glamorous and ordinary. The ugly is beautiful and the beautiful is ugly."
The Jon Trowbridge band have only been playing together since March, but they perform with the confidence and ease of a long-established group.
And with influences from Marvin Gaye to Jay-Z, it's no wonder that their original sound was creating a real buzz in the town.
They describe themselves as "an attempt to bring a little balls to piano-based music."