Tribes set for second London show after announcing reunion

Johnny Lloyd performing with Tribes (Photo: Andy Crossland for Live4ever)

Johnny Lloyd performing with Tribes (Photo: Andy Crossland for Live4ever)

Tribes are already making plans for a second live show in London after announcing their reunion last week.

With tickets for the comeback gig at Lafayette in London on December 12th selling out today, the band are now making arrangements for a second night there to raise money for Choose Love and look back on their debut album Baby:

“That the album’s arrival as one of the most 90s sounding albums in years comes along when the decade is ‘in’ again may be extremely clever forward-thinking marketing or simply (more likely) a very fortunate coincidence; it also happens to be the year that is being kicked off with appearances by both Noel Gallagher and Blur at the Brit Awards,” Live4ever’s review reads. “There’s a lot of nostalgia in the air at the moment, and Tribes’ influences hail from this golden period.”

“Take ‘Sappho‘, the single that first got them noticed. It’s Suede through and through – from the rousing intro of fuzzy, cutting guitar lines and melodic verses through to its huge chorus that will be dragging hungover festival goers out of their tents this summer.”

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