Vote for your favourite student band
and be in with a chance to win an iPad mini

iSessions is a nationwide student battle of the bands. Our student brand ambassadors have been holding iSessions gig nights up and down the country, to raise money for The ABF Soldiers Charity and Veterans Aid.

Watch the videos via the links below, vote for your favourite act in two easy steps, and help get them to the live battle of the bands final.

To vote for your favourite band:

1 - Sign in with your social network or register with us.
2 - Vote for your favourite band.

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Band University
Brooklynites University of Birmingham
Charlie and the Funk Factory University of Birmingham
Don’t Tell Annabelle University of Birmingham
Native State University of Birmingham
Tom and Jimmy University of Birmingham
Animal Brothers University of Cardiff
Atticus Atlas University of Cardiff
By Jupiter University of Cardiff
Nowhere Boy University of Cardiff
The Starling Radicals University of Cardiff
Bloom University of Exeter
Drive In Saturday University of Exeter
Late Nights & Long Drives University of Exeter
Tom Elliott University of Exeter
Above Mountains Falmouth University
Brackenthorn Falmouth University
Rosina Brewer Falmouth University
Tailor Made Truth Falmouth University
The Dustbowl Children Falmouth University
Apidae University of Kent
Elliptical University of Kent
HARDACTORS University of Kent
Within a Mile University of Kent
Wondermoth University of Kent
Naomi Coombes University of Leeds
Purple Thread University of Leeds
Racing Trees University of Leeds
Six Broken Sticks University of Leeds
White Rabbit Club University of Leeds
Emily Howarth University of Manchester
Golden Gray University of Manchester
Night // Owls University of Manchester
WARES University of Manchester
Alice O'Brien Newcastle University
Ali's Love Child Newcastle University
Cobana Newcastle University
George Suddaby Newcastle University
Heronshaw Queen Mary University of London
Incidents Queen Mary University of London
Thieves Queen Mary University of London
Charlie Jackson Royal Holloway University
Jake Mills Band Royal Holloway University
Will Foreman Royal Holloway University
FloodHounds Sheffield Hallam University
Habberdash Sheffield Hallam University
Amelia and Danny University of Southampton
The Bumbleberry Folk Collective University of Southampton
Glass Canyons University of Southampton
Kayleigh Ramchand University of Southampton
Tommy Hardman University of Southampton
Joey Bradick University of Sussex
Matt Kos University of Sussex
Moby Slick University of Sussex
Or So She Said University of Sussex
Sappy University of Sussex
A2Z University of Teesside
Crimson Eye University of Teesside
Ed Brooking University of Teesside
'66 Chevelle University of Warwick
Feralsect University of Warwick
Feudal Nights University of Warwick
Fey Militia University of Warwick
Navina Rajan University of Warwick
ASK University of Westminster
Gem Faulkner University of Westminster
Man Like Nells University of Westminster
Rouge University of Westminster

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