Elbow will spend a fair part of February next year at the Manchester Apollo and Eventim Hammersmith Apollo in London where they’ll be playing three nights a piece.
There’s been conflicting views from two parties on what to do with the tenth anniversary of a debut album.
The great British festival.
A right of passage if ever there was one. Music. Music and beer (copious amounts thereof, this is Yorkshire after all). Music and food (patchy quality and only two groups: meat and carbs, this is Yorkshire after all).
Music and friends (or just speaking to anyone who will listen, this is Yorkshire after all). Music and rain (well this is Yorkshire after all). And most importantly music and mud (again, this is Yorkshire after all).
Day after day of music and mud; the very essence of a British summer. After a while it becomes almost impossible to shake the feeling that you are constantly downhill from dysentery.
Echo & The Bunnymen will tour the UK on the back of their 2014 album ‘Meteorites‘ from November.
‘Sun Restructured‘ will take a fresh look at Temples‘ ‘Sun Structures‘ debut album from November 10th.
Sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow will return as 2:54 with their second album ‘The Other I‘ on November 10th.
Kate Bush returned to the UK stage for the first time in 35 years last night, and reports are flooding in of a lavish, visually stunning theatrical production.
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