Frightened Rabbit are back in London in December as part of their winter tour, following a busy summer at festivals like Glastonbury, T In The Park, and Latitude.
The Scottish quintet – who have just released their fifth album, ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’ – play Roundhouse on 7 December 2016.
“It’s a privilege to do what we do, we won’t take it for granted and promise to pour blood, sweat and craft beers into each and every performance,” they said of the late-2016 shows.
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Odonis Odonis, the Toronto-based industrial-synth trio, are heading to London’s The Waiting Room on 20 June 2016, just three days after the release of their latest album, ‘Post Plague’.
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Montreal-based Plants and Animals return with a new album drawing from influences as diverse as Van Morrison, J Dilla, Serge Gainsbourg, John Coltrane, Messiaen, and Angelo Badalamenti.
‘Waltzed in from the Rumbling’, billed as the group’s most soulful and inventive LP yet, will be supported by a tour that includes a stop at The Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen in London on 31 May 2016.
Tickets are available now.
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PAWS are back with a new record and, in June and July, a full-scale UK tour that includes an album release show at Moth Club.
Tickets to the London show, on 2 July 2016, are available now.
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Chris Cohen has a new album and he’s headed this way in September to share its songs with Europe.
The musician, who’s just released ‘As If Apart’, reaches London on 5 September 2016 with a headline show at Cafe Oto. Tickets are available now.
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Gothenburg-based hip-hop electronic musician sir Was is launching his debut EP, ‘Says Hi’, with a London show on 1 June at The Old Blue Last.
Tickets are available now.
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Fatherson | The Hospital Club | 11 May 2016
Fatherson’s debut album sounds like a young band finding their feet. The songs are definitely there; the confidence perhaps not.
But two years on the road can be transformative. And tonight the three young men from Kilmarnock – all 23 – deliver an outsized performance more suited to Wembley Stadium than a soulless function room. Their energy and enthusiasm barely contained by a too-small, too-low stage, the trio plus touring guitarist roll out one giant chorus after another. In the process, Ross Leighton, Marc Strain, and Greg Walkinshaw reveal how the songs from 2014’s ‘I Am An Island’ have grown in the live arena, while showcasing the forthcoming ‘Open Book’ with tunes that are even more anthemic.
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