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December 2018

01Dec

My Baby

The Fleece, Bristol

It hasn’t taken long for Amsterdam’s roots driven hypnotic blues trance trio MY BABY, to take over the world by storm.

Their swampy blues and funk-inflected sound is set to cast a formidable spell and keeps you dancing into the early hours.

With the release of their third album Prehistoric Rhythm, Dutch brother-sister-duo Sheik (drums) and Cato van Dyck (vocals) and New Zealand guitarist Daniel daFreez Johnston have had their mojo working overtime in 2017 with two sold-out European club tours and countless festivals worldwide.

Now MY BABY will present their new album in October and will begin their upcoming European Tour. 

Expect to hear new, exciting songs from one of Europe's most special bands

01Dec

The Good, The Bad and The Queen

North Pier , Blackpool

04Dec

Buffalo Tom

The Fleece, Bristol

SOLD OUT
04Dec

The Good, The Bad and The Queen

EartH (Hackney Arts Centre) , London

SOLD OUT
04Dec

Micah P. Hinson + James P Honey

Olso, Hackney , London

05Dec

The Good, The Bad and The Queen

EartH (Hackney Arts Centre) , London

SOLD OUT
05Dec

Buffalo Tom

Electric Ballroom, London

05Dec

Juanita Stein

Hy-Brasil Music Club, Bristol

06Dec

RIFF RAFF: Kalpa / Floral Scene / Self Help

Paper Dress Vintage , London

06Dec

The Good, The Bad and The Queen

EartH (Hackney Arts Centre) , London

SOLD OUT
06Dec

Yung Tory

Redon , London

Bursting onto the scene with hit songs like ‘Water’ and ‘Run It Up’ with frequent collaborator Lil Durk, Tory has quickly established a status as one of the ones to watch in Rap. His Free Dope release rocketed him to the attention of rap fans worldwide.

06Dec

Buffalo Tom

Institute 2 , Birmingham

08Dec

Razorlight + Fetchie

SWX, Bristol

Indie-rock elite Razorlight have announced their official return, with the release of four brand new singles that will precede their first album in 10 years, Olympus Sleeping, out on the 26th October. 

The band will make the following tracks available, including the album’s title track:
Olympus Sleeping
Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life
Japanrock
Sorry?

Announcing their return, frontman Johnny Borrell said: “We’ve been away for a long time and wanted to give more to the fans than just one single. I’m really excited about the album and really excited about doing Razorlight again.”

The four new tracks perfectly showcase the band’s melodic nous, fizzing backbeat and frenetic energy, with each new song easily fitting in to the band’s extensive catalogue of hit singles.

‘Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life’ – the opening song on the new album – thunders in to view with pounding drums and frantic guitar lines.

The album’s title track is classic Razorlight, bursting in to life as infectious guitars collide with pulsating drums and an irresistible bass line as Johnny yells “Hubris, hubris….we always kill our attractions.”

‘Japanrock’ is another incendiary, raucous slice of three minute indie-pop, whilst ‘Sorry?’ finds the band at their instantly catchy, melodic best, with chiming guitars and harmonic backing vocals.

For Olympus Sleeping, Johnny worked closely with guitarist David Ellis, and the band were joined on drums by Martin Chambers of The Pretenders. 

Olympus Sleeping is everything we always loved about Razorlight – the electric energy of the first album, the pop-rock craftsmanship of the second and the lyrical ambition of the third.

SOLD OUT
10Dec

Razorlight

O2 Institute , Birmingham

11Dec

Razorlight + Fetchie

Concorde 2 , Brighton

Indie-rock elite Razorlight have announced their official return, with the release of four brand new singles that will precede their first album in 10 years, Olympus Sleeping, out on the 26th October. 

The band will make the following tracks available, including the album’s title track:
Olympus Sleeping
Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life
Japanrock
Sorry?

Announcing their return, frontman Johnny Borrell said: “We’ve been away for a long time and wanted to give more to the fans than just one single. I’m really excited about the album and really excited about doing Razorlight again.”

The four new tracks perfectly showcase the band’s melodic nous, fizzing backbeat and frenetic energy, with each new song easily fitting in to the band’s extensive catalogue of hit singles.

‘Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life’ – the opening song on the new album – thunders in to view with pounding drums and frantic guitar lines.

The album’s title track is classic Razorlight, bursting in to life as infectious guitars collide with pulsating drums and an irresistible bass line as Johnny yells “Hubris, hubris….we always kill our attractions.”

‘Japanrock’ is another incendiary, raucous slice of three minute indie-pop, whilst ‘Sorry?’ finds the band at their instantly catchy, melodic best, with chiming guitars and harmonic backing vocals.

For Olympus Sleeping, Johnny worked closely with guitarist David Ellis, and the band were joined on drums by Martin Chambers of The Pretenders. 

Olympus Sleeping is everything we always loved about Razorlight – the electric energy of the first album, the pop-rock craftsmanship of the second and the lyrical ambition of the third.

SOLD OUT
12Dec

Gruff Rhys + Sweet Baboo + Adwaith

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

12Dec

Liela Moss + Hilang Child

The Lexington, London

14Dec

Razorlight + Airways + Fetchie

O2 Forum Kentish Town , London

Indie-rock elite Razorlight have announced their official return, with the release of four brand new singles that will precede their first album in 10 years, Olympus Sleeping, out on the 26th October. 

The band will make the following tracks available, including the album’s title track:
Olympus Sleeping
Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life
Japanrock
Sorry?

Announcing their return, frontman Johnny Borrell said: “We’ve been away for a long time and wanted to give more to the fans than just one single. I’m really excited about the album and really excited about doing Razorlight again.”

The four new tracks perfectly showcase the band’s melodic nous, fizzing backbeat and frenetic energy, with each new song easily fitting in to the band’s extensive catalogue of hit singles.

‘Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life’ – the opening song on the new album – thunders in to view with pounding drums and frantic guitar lines.

The album’s title track is classic Razorlight, bursting in to life as infectious guitars collide with pulsating drums and an irresistible bass line as Johnny yells “Hubris, hubris….we always kill our attractions.”

‘Japanrock’ is another incendiary, raucous slice of three minute indie-pop, whilst ‘Sorry?’ finds the band at their instantly catchy, melodic best, with chiming guitars and harmonic backing vocals.

For Olympus Sleeping, Johnny worked closely with guitarist David Ellis, and the band were joined on drums by Martin Chambers of The Pretenders. 

Olympus Sleeping is everything we always loved about Razorlight – the electric energy of the first album, the pop-rock craftsmanship of the second and the lyrical ambition of the third.

SOLD OUT
18Dec

Matthew Sweet + Bryde

Islington Assembly Hall , London

19Dec

Razorlight + Airways

Cambridge Junction , Cambridge

Indie-rock elite Razorlight have announced their official return, with the release of four brand new singles that will precede their first album in 10 years, Olympus Sleeping, out on the 26th October. 

The band will make the following tracks available, including the album’s title track:
Olympus Sleeping
Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life
Japanrock
Sorry?

Announcing their return, frontman Johnny Borrell said: “We’ve been away for a long time and wanted to give more to the fans than just one single. I’m really excited about the album and really excited about doing Razorlight again.”

The four new tracks perfectly showcase the band’s melodic nous, fizzing backbeat and frenetic energy, with each new song easily fitting in to the band’s extensive catalogue of hit singles.

‘Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life’ – the opening song on the new album – thunders in to view with pounding drums and frantic guitar lines.

The album’s title track is classic Razorlight, bursting in to life as infectious guitars collide with pulsating drums and an irresistible bass line as Johnny yells “Hubris, hubris….we always kill our attractions.”

‘Japanrock’ is another incendiary, raucous slice of three minute indie-pop, whilst ‘Sorry?’ finds the band at their instantly catchy, melodic best, with chiming guitars and harmonic backing vocals.

For Olympus Sleeping, Johnny worked closely with guitarist David Ellis, and the band were joined on drums by Martin Chambers of The Pretenders. 

Olympus Sleeping is everything we always loved about Razorlight – the electric energy of the first album, the pop-rock craftsmanship of the second and the lyrical ambition of the third.

SOLD OUT
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