A band of cautionary tales, Wicked Splinters play folk- and grunge-influenced indie rock. The London-based four piece are playing their fourth outing for HTLGI this May. Now in their fifth year under the creative hands of Andrew Crowe, Wicked Splinters will release their debut album Our Eyes Will See on Maniac Squat Records this May, and are set up for a summer of songs about misplaced serendipity, horrible histories and hope. Expanding to a four-piece has brought in banjo, mandolin and more harmonica to their live shows and reams of new material. London scene regulars, they have also played across the country, previously opening for Noel Gallagher, altJ and Britpop heroes, Space.