The Australian duo have been releasing electronic music for two years now. They released their first extended play, ‘Vallis Alps’ back in 2015, and played at the Australian music festival, ‘Splendour in the Grass’ the same year. They also received a nomination for the J Award for Unearthed Artist of the Year. The duo released their second extended play, ‘Fable’ in 2017. Their current world tour includes Australia, the United States and a one-off date in London.
If you missed out on tickets to their London date at The Garage on Tuesday 24th October, you can grab yourself two general admissions here.
Don’t let the name fool you! You’d be forgiven for assuming they’re an orchestra from Manchester, England but they’re in fact an indie rock band from Georgia, America. The group have been making music since 2004 and have five studio albums under their belt. Their 2014 album, ‘Cope’ reached number 13 in the US Album Chart, Billboard. On top of that, they’ve released a live album and an acoustic album.
Some of their UK dates may have already sold out, but there are four general admission tickets for their show at Concorde 2, Brighton on Friday 27th October on sale here.
The Brits have always been good at punk rock, and this band are no different. They started making music in 2014 and quickly became festival regulars, appearing at Reading and Leeds, Secret Garden Party and Glastonbury. They released their first studio album, ‘Dumb Blood’ earlier this year. Earlier this month, they revealed in a Facebook status that their upcoming tour would be their last, with a final mini-album, ‘TALK LIKE THUNDER’ to follow.
These UK shows will be the final chance to see the band live, and there are two general admission tickets to the Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff show on Friday 27th October here.
An Evening with Foy Vance
The Irish singer-songwriter has been making music for over ten years. He fits into both the alternative rock and folk genres, while managing to create his own unique sound. He’s released three albums so far, with the most recent being brought out last year. He’s appeared on ‘Later… With Jools Holland’ numerous times, with bands such as Snow Patrol and Rudimental. This tour will see Vance performing solo with a guitar and a piano.
If you didn’t get tickets for his show at Union Chapel, Islington, London on Thursday 2nd November, there are two unreserved seats on offer here.
This band hit the UK with a bang, with their first single ‘Worried about Ray’ reaching number five in the UK Singles Chart back in 2007, and their second single released later that year peaking at number four. In the same year, their first studio album, ‘The Trick to Life’ reached number one in the UK Albums Chart. Since then, they’ve released another three studio albums and are now doing their rounds in the UK with a new show.
Don’t worry if you missed out on tickets to their show at The Platform, Lincoln on Sunday 5th November, you can bag yourself one here.
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