This week EZTV release their new album ‘High In Place’. In November they hit London.
The three-piece from New York City support Merchandise at The Lexington on 2 November, before headlining The Lock Tavern on the 6th. Continue reading EZTV are ‘High In Place’ in London
Mothers | The Lexington | 17 August
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“It’s not that sad,” smiles Kristine Leschper after opening Mothers’ set with what sounds very much like a sad song. “It’s really a love song.”
During the next hour, such unexpected revelations keep coming. Musically unpredictable, the band’s frequent and surprising time changes transform mood and intensity from one moment to the next, as Leschper’s unique voice, equally capable of defiance and fragility, keeps pace. Her lyrics too are at once intimate and empowered, their directness cutting through the complex arrangements.
Continue reading Mothers: Bullied by love
Mothers are headed back to London in August as part of a UK tour.
The new shows are in support of the deluxe edition of their debut album, ‘When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired’.
Continue reading Mothers walk a long distance back to London
London-based trio Doe are building up to the release of their debut album ‘Some Things Last Longer’ with a new single, ‘Sincere’, and two hometown gigs.
Nicola Leel (guitar, vocals), Jake Popyura (drums, vocals), and Dean Smitten (guitar) play Veg Bar on 14 August and, as part of the Specialist Subject Records all-dayer, The Lexington on 20 August 2016.
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Amber Arcades is set to take over London during the coming months, with a series of shows building up to the release of her debut album.
The Dutch musician born Annelotte de Graaf has just supported Palehound at The Shacklewell Arms and is due to appear at Moth Club on 12 March with Gwenno and at Electric Ballroom on 11 April with Nada Surf. She headlines The Lexington on 7 June with the launch party for ‘Fading Lines’.
Continue reading Amber Arcades sharing ‘Fading Lines’ with London
Not only are Seattle pop-punks Tacocat back with a new album, they’re heading back to the UK later this year.
‘Lost Time’, preceded by the new single ‘I Hate The Weekend’, is out on 1 April 2016 and a month later the band hit these shores for a six-date tour that includes a stop at The Lexington in London on 7 May.
Continue reading Tacocat make up for ‘Lost Time’ in London
Is Tropical are wrapping up 2015 with a show in London.
The band perform at The Lexington on 18 December as part of the White Heat Christmas party, ahead of the release of their third album, ‘Black Anything’, early next year.
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