Texas rock band Waterparks may have reduced from five members to three in 2012, but that hasn’t stopped them. Having supported Aaron Carter and Sleeping With Sirens, and performed during the Vans Warped Tour, they’ve certainly made a name for themselves in their home country, but they’ve now decided to venture overseas for a UK tour. Although, with most shows selling out it looks like they’ve already been making waves over here.
If you missed out on The Key Clubs, Leeds date, fear not. We’ve got you sorted with two general admission tickets on sale for Tuesday 26th September here.
Soul/indie artist Tom Grennan matches these two genres perfectly, creating an individual sound that distinguishes him within the music industry. Having announced the date of his debut album release as well as a UK tour in March to coincide, he’s going from strength to strength. He may be young but his popularity is growing at a rapid pace and it’s likely his March show will be yet another sell out.
If you didn’t get tickets to the KOKO, London show on Wednesday 27th September, two general tickets are up for sale here.
The Velvet Undergound, Blondie, Beastie Boys… the list of infamous artists from New York goes on. It’s clearly a talented part of the world, and The Drums are yet another band to come out of it. Having released four studio albums, with two of these reaching the top 50 in the UK Albums Chart, they’ve already grasped the UK’s attention. Their indie pop style is not only great to listen to, but their stage presence never lets them down.
Don’t worry if you didn’t pick up tickets for Thekla, Bristol on Monday 2nd October, we’ve got two general admission tickets here.
Matthew and the Atlas
Each member of this five-piece band oozes musical talent. Songwriter and harpist Emma Gatrill in fact just finished a string of shows in the Netherlands. But Matthew Hegarty, along with the band, are about to embark on a European tour, including five major UK cities. They supported Mumford and Sons back in 2010, and although their musical style is similar, they’re certainly no copycats.
Their Bethnal Green Working Mens Club show in London on Tuesday 3rd October may have sold out, but there are five general admission tickets on offer here.
Little Big Town
Since the hugely successful show Nashville put country music back on the map, the genre has seen more and more musicians getting some deserved recognition. However, Little Big Town have been flying the country music flag since 1998, a whole 14 years before Nashville introduced itself to our TV screens. With eight studio albums under their belt, and a compilation album on top of that, it’s no wonder their September/October tour is almost sold out.
There are, however, two gallery standing and two seated tickets at the Royal Albert Hall, London on Thursday 5th October up for grabs here.
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