Thursday, 26 September 2019

Singer/Songwriter K.Flay shares new music video for 'Not In California'



Night Street/Interscope Records alt-pop artist K.Flay has released the video for ‘Not In California’. Directed by Clara Aranovich, the video comes on the same day that the United Nations Climate Action Summit begins in New York City, and addresses “our collective inaction on climate change, and the sense of disbelief that I think so many of us feel,” The GRAMMY® Award-nominated artist reveals.

“We're looking out at a world that is getting hotter and scarier by the day, and still nothing seems to compel the government to take action. The video imagines a trash universe in which social isolation and littering and bad policing are the status quo -- a universe that doesn't feel so different from ours now.”

‘Not In California’ perfectly showcases K.Flay’s ability to deliver razor-sharp, brutally honest lyrics and spitfire rhymes. “The babies all cry as the scientists try but the politicians keep on screaming. I’d like a road map, like to turn the clock back but the internet it keeps on freezing,” she sings.

‘Not In California’ is from her third full-length album Solutions, which dropped earlier this year to critical acclaim. It was championed by the likes of the Observer, Sunday Times, Dork, Gay Times, Financial Times, Rock Sound, Classic Pop, Nylon, NPR, Under The Radar, The New York Times and many more.

It’s the third to be released chronologically the album, yet narratively it serves as the prequel to ‘Bad Vibes’, revealing how and why she was captured, with ‘Sister’ being the closing chapter, where our heroine escapes captivity with her female companion, only to find themselves in a world where everyone is moving backward.

K.Flay is currently in the midst of The Solutions Tour, which kicked off earlier this month. Following a 19-city run in North America, she’ll venture to the UK performing in Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester and London before heading off across Europe.

UK TOUR DATES - OCTOBER
18th - Birmingham, UK - O2 Academy2
19th - Bristol, UK - Thekla
21st - Glasgow, UK - St Luke’s
22nd - Manchester, UK - Gorilla
23rd - London, UK - Heaven



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Monday, 23 September 2019

British singer Chantitown stands 'Strong In Broken Places' with latest song



This weekend Chantitown shared her latest track, ‘Strong In Broken Places’. The track was premiered via Vents Magazine and you can read the premier here. There is a poetic rhythm that shines through as the singer states half the lyrics whilst singing the other half.

“I like playing with words, rhythm and sounds. I felt this song lent itself well to be sung as if I was reading a poem. Strong in Broken Places comes from an honest place, I think you can hear the truth right until the very end.”

‘Strong In Broken Places’ comes ahead of her unreleased EP, Camouflage, which will be shared near the beginning of October. We're hoping she'll release at least one more single to tide us over until then.

Camouflage EP Tracklist:
01.  Strong in Broken Places
02.  Alive
03.  Young and the Foolish
04.  Somebody Else

Last year, Chantitown also released the dramatic music video for ‘Mother of Sun’ set on a picturesque beach and framed by a pronounced grey sky. The full-length black dresses of both the mother and child provide a stark contrast to traditional beachwear. We’re looking forward to seeing the music video for ‘ Strong In Broken Places’, if the songstress chooses to do one.



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Friday, 20 September 2019

singer/songwriter Sean McGowan announces new EP ‘Curate Calm, Create Chaos’


A punk, poet, and pacifist all at once, Sean’s latest collection arrives very much like an extension of the artist himself. Stepping momentarily away from the frenetic indie-punk that coursed through the veins of his acclaimed debut album ‘Son of The Smith’, Sean’s latest release instead delivers an altogether more tender and introspective listen.

After the Southampton singer-songwriter found his life suddenly turned upside down by a series of monumental changes beyond his control, he reached into his soul and found these five new songs: ‘I’m OK’, ‘Heart Breaker’, ‘Silk’, ‘Money’ and ‘Queen of The West’. Now compiled as his ‘Curate Calm, Create Chaos’ EP, together the tracks spin a deeply personal narrative that charts Sean’s journey as he navigated his way through these stormy waters.

Opening up about the ‘Curate Calm, Create Chaos’ EP, Sean says:

“‘Curate Calm, Create Chaos’ was born from a particularly turbulent time in my life. A string of events knocked me for Six. I identified five of the causes and used them as the foundations for songs. I always try to write honestly and personally. I feel like the only way someone could relate or engage with my music is if it's 100% the truth. CCCC is about being self-aware enough to accept things aren't right and trying your hardest to fix ‘em.”

His first new material to emerge since his debut album last year, ‘Curate Calm, Create Chaos’ is subdued and stripped-back, raw and reflective, and together illuminates Sean’s songwriting talents going from strength to strength.

In support of the new release, Sean will be hitting the road for a series of UK & Irish gigs throughout the Autumn. Supporting Xtra Mile Recordings label-mates Brand New Friend on their upcoming Irish Tour this September, Sean will also be taking in headline dates of his own throughout November and December which culminate with a pre-Christmas homecoming celebration at Southampton Joiners on Friday the 20th December. With tickets on sale now, the full dates and details for Sean’s upcoming tour plans can be found below.


SEPTEMBER
19 Cork @ Winthrop Avenue **
21 Belfast @ Limelight 2 **

NOVEMBER
Thur 7 Nov Newport Le Pub
Fri 8 Nov Stourbridge Katie Fitzgeralds
Sat 9 Nov Winchester Railway
Thur 21 Nov Bideford Palladium
Fri 22 Nov Bristol Exchange 2
Sat 23 Nov Newquay Whiskers
Sun 24 Nov Glastonbury King Arthur

DECEMBER
Sat 14 Dec - Manchester - Castle
Sun 15 Dec Nottingham Chameleon Café
Thur 19 Dec London Islington
Fri 20 Dec - Southampton - Joiners


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Shed Seven announces new song ‘Going for Gold’



Set to be re-issued on the 18th October on Gold-coloured vinyl no less, the compilation will be something of a victory lap of the band’s historic Britpop years. With all featured tracks written and recorded by the original line-up of Shed Seven, the compilation brings together the very best of the band’s first three studio albums (‘Change Giver,’ ‘Maximum High,’ & ‘Let It Ride’), plus the twelve Top 40 singles clocked-up from their formation up to 1999. The album has been newly remastered in-full at the iconic Abbey Road Studios, London.

This deluxe two-vinyl set will also include the Parr Street Sessions; four fan favorites exclusively reimagined and recorded for the 1999 special edition CD version of ‘Going For Gold’ and now available on vinyl for the first time. The 2019 re-issue will also feature two previously unreleased live tracks from Shed Seven’s legendary Live at The Forum performance (recorded in London, 15.11.1996).

Since rising to fame in the 90s as one of the leading lights of Britpop, in 2017 Shed Seven released their first new album in 16 years 'Instant Pleasures’, which went top ten and achieved acclaim across the board.

In 2019, the Sheds will now release their ‘Going For Gold’ re-issue as they fittingly look forward to a tour of true champions.

Booked-in for a marathon UK stint of dates, Shed Seven will be performing at some of the nation’s most capacious halls throughout November and December 2019, including a home county show at Leeds First Direct Arena – their first-ever headline arena show! The tour which also marks the 25th anniversary of their first album release will feature a mix of Sheds classics and choice cuts from ‘Instant Pleasures’ including fan favorites‘ Room In My House’ and ‘Better Days’.

Of the upcoming tour Rick Witter said:

“We can’t wait to get back out on the road later this year to play some of our favorite venues and visit some brand new places. It’s always been the bands' ambition to play an Arena show and we are absolutely thrilled that finally we are getting to do this in our home county Yorkshire!! See you at the front.”

Due to phenomenal demand, the band recently announced additional shows at Glasgow O2 Academy, London’s O2 Academy Brixton and Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse.

Shed Seven will release ‘Going For Gold – The Greatest Hits’ on 18th October 2019. Available on double 180g Gold Coloured vinyl in a Gold gatefold sleeve, the package will feature a 12×12 art print, plus an SoV digital download code. Full track-listing as follows:


‘GOING FOR GOLD’ - 2LP DELUXE SET
TRACK-LISTING

Side A
Going For Gold
Disco Down
Getting Down
Chasing Rainbows
Speakeasy

Side B
She Left Me On Friday
On Standby
Dolphin
High Hopes
Bully Boy

Side C
Devil In Your Shoes
Where Have You Been Tonight
Ocean Pie
Mark
The Heroes

Side D
Disco Down - Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
Going For Gold - Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
The Heroes - Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
Missing Out - Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
Chasing Rainbows - Live at The Forum 15.11.1996 – previously unreleased
Bully Boy - Live at The Forum 15.11.1996 - previously unreleased



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Thursday, 19 September 2019

Vocalist Leanne Tennant brings it back to her fans with latest music video




Singer Songstress Leanne Tennant has shared her moving music video for ‘Bring It All Back’. The video was directed by Jennifer Embelton, who also directed Tennants previous music video for ‘Cherry Cola’. You can check out some more of Embelton’s work here.

"The video invites you into its compelling, surreal, cinematic scenes set in familiar suburban landscapes. Exploring the theme isolation plays in the demise of a relationship, it shows how community and belonging can help you ‘bring it all back." Embelton shares a little more of the driving concept behind the music video.

The two manage to create a music video for a love song set in some of the least romantic places; underneath a washing line filled with cloths and at two different garages - one for filling up petrol and the other for repairs. Despite, this we get the romantic tone coming through clearly as the featured couples express the songs lyrics to each other.

Tennant has had a history of releasing impactful songs as her previous single, ‘Gentle Annie’ won the Queensland Music Award in the ‘Blues & Roots’ category in 2017. You can listen to the bluesy track below.




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Arcade Fire has announced a new music video ‘Rebellion (Lies)’


To celebrate the release of their era-defining debut album Funeral on the 14th September, Arcade Fire has debuted a restored, HD version of the video for the single ‘Rebellion (Lies).’ The original was filmed in the months before the album release. Josh Deu – formerly a member of the band – did the original visual effects and has recreated the hand-drawn animation for the restored version.

Speaking about the restored video, Win Butler says: “The Rebellion video is the first video we made as a band, filmed in the months before the release of Funeral. Our friend Josh Deu, who used to play in Arcade Fire, did the visual effects on the video. Somehow along the way the wrong version got uploaded and the official video only existed in a degraded form. We are happy that he was able to redo the hand-drawn effects for this restoration. Enjoy the band as the babies we were!”


Arcade Fire’s Funeral holds up as one of the standout albums of the millennium, a record with an everlasting, enduring appeal, adored by fans and critics alike. It is a collection of truly unique and uplifting songs, made during a period of extreme turmoil for the members of the band whilst recording it, and an album that ultimately launched the band on a global scale.


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Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Equality prevails in latest indie-pop song, 'No Reason' from teepee



Hailing from the Czech Republic, teepee is a dream-pop meeting Indie-folk duo who have just released their latest single, ‘No Reason’ on the via Springstoff. This follows the release of their tracks, 'No Reason' and  'Around It' which heralded their most recent album. The track was featured on Spotify’s Indie Radar playlist.

The duo is comprised of singer-acoustic guitarist Mason and singer-electric guitarist Tereza who beautifully compliment each other with their own unique styles. Knowing each other since high school, the pair have gone on to play on various local stations before beginning to expand further and play at different festivals across Europe.

Tereza shares the close personal nature of the latest track, “No Reason’ is a very important song for me. It tells a story about our history where men and women grew apart. We created ridiculous binarities of masculinity and femininity that has been damaging our minds and souls for centuries and we claim that it's natural. We make wonderlands out of each other saying that someone is not able to be or do something because of their gender. I think that the most dangerous phenomenon in the world is when one group calls the other group “The Others” because most of the time it leads to injustice. That is why the message of the song is that we should leave behind the dichotomies. There is no reason to keep them because all genders are splendid.”

The chorus of the song reinforces the concept with the lines, “It's hard for me to understand why you would make a wonderland of me and If you think that I will stand this you underestimated me”. Here, we see the two sing simultaneously as their voices together subtly strengthen the underylying concept - male and female coming together in equality.



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Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Holy Moly & The Crackers confirm ‘Take a bite’ for UK tour



‘Take A Bite’ saw the band further adorning their naturally expressive take on British folk with sizeable dollops of rockin' soul, sharp indie-rock, vulnerable balladeering and festival-ready psychedelic trips towards the Middle East, 'Take A Bite' sets its stall confidently in the previously unoccupied space between the Gossip, Arctic Monkeys, the B52s and Gogol Bordello. It is the sound of a band who have been searching and experimenting for several years; arriving at a place where they can say “this who we are and this is where we want to go”.

The band’s most recent single, the effervescent ‘Upside Down’, crystallizes this approach to performance and songwriting over a thrilling 3 minutes. And now the band have captured all the elements they’re famed for – the performance, the passion, the sonic ingenuity and their classy feral energy – in a live-in-studio performance of ‘Upside Down’, shot at Newcastle’s Loft Studios, shot by Craig Newton (Counterfeit., Hello Operator).

Another co-write between singer Ruth Patterson and accordion player “Squeezebox” Rosie Bristow (authors of the band’s breakthrough single ‘Cold Comfort Lane’ from 2017, which featured on the end credits of 2018 summer blockbuster movie, Oceans 8), ‘Upside Down’ is inspired by the travelling circuses of North East England. Rosie, who works with the circus when she’s not touring with the band, says: “I’ve met some very weird, beautiful and talented performers from all over the world, and been invited to some crazy festivals and big top shows. I’m now even working on an act myself involving playing a tiny accordion whilst hanging upside down.”

Of ‘Take A Bite’ itself, it’s seen the band go from strength to strength in 2019. It afforded them a European tour alongside peers Skinny Lister, saw the band headline festival stages up and down the UK including closing Cambridge Folk Festival on Friday night. And this October they tour the UK again, after a sell-out headline run in the Netherlands and Germany. The band’s dates in October are their biggest and best yet, including the Sage in Gateshead and London’s legendary Scala venue.
“This album is asking the audience to take a chance on us,” explains Ruth. “Obviously we’ve got a bit of a daft name and we look a bit mad, but I think once people actually come to a gig, they’re always swept up in the music and the energy. We get kids, old people, Goths, hippies, whatever. Everyone’s invited, everyone’s part of it. And people seem to lose themselves. No one’s like, “Oh, how do I look?’ while dancing. They don’t care. It brings everyone together.”

“All roads lead to the stage,” Conrad continues. “The arguing, the loving, the making, the listening – it boils down into one manic, riotous party. That's where we connect with the audience and with each other and that’s what we're all about." It’s an all-systems-go mentality. “We’ve arrived at a place here, with this album, where we can start the journey that we want to be on. This is who we are now; this is what we’re doing.”

OCTOBER
4 - Gateshead, The Sage – SOLD OUT
5 - Ayton, Hemelvaart
6 - Glasgow, The Art School
10 - London, Scala
11 - Bristol, Thekla
12 - Southampton, Joiners
17 - Southport, The Atkinson
18 - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
19 - Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
25 - Aldershot, West End Centre
26 - Cambridge, The Junction


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Tuesday, 3 September 2019

Exclusive interview with Dream Pop duo Pink Lemonade



Dream Pop duo from South West London. Writing, producing and recording from their house, Adam & George have created an original dream-pop sound, attracting a loyal online following using primarily Instagram and Soundcloud.

Pink Lemonade’s unique sound is influenced by the likes of Kanye West, Tame Impala & The 1975; all of which looked to stand out in both sound and aesthetic. After working on projects in the past together, the duo realised they shared the same dream and have now begun refining and crafting their perfect brand. They work primarily in the box, sending ideas back and forth and recording regularly at their home studio. Everything from the music to the brand design is completely self-made.

Looking back, what were some of your earliest entries into music appreciation? And music production?

In terms of appreciation, I remember hearing earth song by MJ and getting goosebumps, it made me realise all I wanted to do is listen to music. We had all the Oasis albums growing up, so that got me into songwriting.

My entry into production was after I heard Channel Orange for the first time. I begged my mum for Logic Pro and just taught myself. I studied music production at UNI but didn't learn anything new.

Adam is the main producer in the duo though, he studied it at UNI and learnt a LOT!

Take us through your songwriting process. Are there any particular steps you take when putting music together?

Most of the time it would start with a little idea in my head and I either reach for the laptop and built up a demo from the midi keyboard or start making a beat to fit the vibe in my head, or I would reach for a guitar and go old school. Both come out with results I’m super happy with to be honest, but yeah, songs are usually pretty fleshed out in my head before they make it to the guitar or laptop.

What gets your creative juices flowing?

Watching artists doing what I want to be doing, so when I see Brockhamton playing beautiful shows for their fans that gets me going! I get super inspired after watching films to be honest, there is a film called ‘About Time’, The main theme music in that film inspired a song on our second album called ‘About Time’, ha! I basically took the basic chords and one of the melody lines and wrote a love song around it. I’ll have to credit the dude when it comes to putting it out!

What do you personally consider to be the incisive moments in your artistic career?

I think, when we got played on BBC introducing, that brought us in and we did an interview. That show goes out to thousands of people so it felt good man. Another time for sure, is when we put out our debut album. I got phone calls and texts all week from friends and family like ‘holy shit man I had no idea you were actually good’ haha.

As a musician, it becomes apparent that there is a huge difference between the art and the business. Is there anything about the music scene that you would personally change?

Probably the fact that if you gave bags of cash, you can get on new music Friday and radio #1 playlists. We've seen it happen a lot.

Studio work and music creation or performing and interacting with a live audience, which do you prefer?

That’s hard! I love being in front of people and seeing the response to our music. But we bonded so much over the studio, I look forward to making music every time we get into the studio. but equally, there's nothing like seeing those songs directly make people move and feel something.

What is the most memorable response you have had to your music?

When my closest friends, at our last gig came up to me and said they were really moved and they were close to tears. These are big tough boys so that meant something to me. haha.

What's on your current playlist?

‘Brockhampton’, ‘early Linkin Park’, ‘Hobo Johnsons new stuff’ and ‘Katy Perry’! and I say that with pride.

Breakdown the news for us: what can we expect from you in the near future?

2 more albums before the end of the year!

Famous last words?

“I’m so famous”



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Monday, 2 September 2019

Indie duo Bora York see their latest song, 'Colorado' premiered via Clash Magazine


Husband and wife indie duo Bora York have just had their latest track, ‘Colorado’ premiered via Clash Magazine. You can catch the premier here. The track is due to be released on the 12th of September and follows their previous single, ‘I Finally Let My Heart Grow Again’ released last month. While the previous track was most definitely a love song of note, here we see a lighter tone.

Chris Bartels shared with us a little bit about the origins of the track, “I spent a year in Denver when I was 20 and it still feels like a second home, even though it’s been a while since I lived there. I’m personifying Colorado in this song - it’s a metaphor for letting go of worry, living life to the fullest. “Now I’m breathing in slow motion” - this is about not letting meaningful moments pass you by without cherishing them, soaking them in.”

The couple currently have their hands full with three boys under the age of six and Chris Bartels has been open with the strain of taking the main role in writing producing the indie-pop music. They’ve told fans that he considered the idea of calling it quits on the Bora York project entirely. However, he allowed himself to breathe in slow motion and began to battle his own insecurities on the duos musical image.




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Ferris & Sylvester release brand new song 'I Dare You'



Ferris & Sylvester have released their brand new single ‘I Dare You’ via LAB Records. The song has launched with great streaming support this morning and features in high profile playlists including Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’, Apple Music ‘Best Of The Week’ and Deezer’s ‘Brand New UK’.

'I Dare You' comes ahead of the band kicking off their largest headline tour to date next week.

From hushed folk beginnings, ‘I Dare You’ explodes into an epic piece of blues-rock from the duo, calling to mind the likes of The White Stripes or The Kills.

Regarding the single Ferris & Sylvester say, “We’ve gone over to our dark side with ‘I DareYou’. It felt important to get this song out there. We made bold choices with it and it’s very unapologetic. We think this song shows another side to us, it blends dark folk with explosive rage and is grounded by our live performance, as all our songs are. We can’t wait to play it on the road.”

Fans will be treated to the first taste of ‘I Dare You’ live on Ferris & Sylvester’s 21-date UK & Ireland headline tour, which starts on September 3rd. The tour includes two London shows at OMEARA, with the first on Sept 5th sold out and the second the following day, recently put on sale due to huge demand, closely following suit.
Ferris & Sylvester have continued to cement themselves as the most exciting and talked about new name on the blues/Americana UK scene and have played to tens of thousands of people this year alone.

‘I Dare You’ is the latest in the band’s string of highly acclaimed singles including ‘Flying Visit’, ‘Sickness’ and ‘Burning River’, which have clocked up millions of streams alongside both strong radio and press support.

Having left their distinct first mark on the US earlier this year with their killer debut at SXSW, the band return to the States to play their first ever show in Nashville at Americanafest next month.

The band are making their greatest statement yet with the bold new single ‘I Dare You’. Determined and in-your-face, the single is a taste of what’s to come from their forthcoming tour, which will see them headline the biggest venues and play the most dates of their careers so far.

FERRIS & SYLVESTER AUTUMN HEADLINE TOUR DATES
SEPTEMBER
3rd – Guildford, Boiler Room
4th – St Albans, The Horn
5th – London, OMEARA **SOLD OUT**
6th – London, OMEARA
16th – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
17th – Oxford, The Bullingdon
18th – Nottingham, Metronome
19th – Brighton, Green Door Store
20th – Newcastle, Think Tank?
22nd – Glasgow, Stereo
23rd – Edinburgh, Mash House
25th – Dublin, Lost Lane
27th – Liverpool, Phase One
29th – Leeds, The Wardrobe
30th – Cambridge, The Portland Arms

OCTOBER
1st – Manchester, Deaf Institute
3rd – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
4th – Cheltenham, Frog & Fiddle
6th – Swansea, Sin City (Fringe Fest)
8th – Truro, Old Bakery
9th – Exeter, Phoenix

FERRIS & SYLVESTER FESTIVAL DATES
SEPTEMBER
10th – 15th – Americanafest, Nashville
28th – Rivfest, Warrington



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Reflekter Releases new song ‘75 Trips’



Fusing the leather-clad swagger of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the bluesy 4/4 stomp of the Black Keys and the simmering electronic rumblings of early Kasabian, ’75 Trips’ finds Reflekter in brooding, empowering form.

An anthem about cutting-loose from the pack and living your life on this Earth to its fullest, the band’s James Gooch takes us inside the new track’s inspiration and creation:

“‘75 trips around the sun’ is a phrase I’d heard used to describe our average lifespan and is about making the most of the time you’ve got and generally living everyday like it’s your last. It’s about wanting to make an impact and leaving something behind.  It was a song that really came to life in the studio and quickly evolved into the sound we were looking for. After that the rest seemed to fall into place.”

To mark the release of the new single on 7” vinyl, Reflekter will be launching the single with an exclusive in-store show at Rough Trade Nottingham where they will be performing a 45-minute set and signing copies of the record.

’75 Trips’ arrives hot on the heels of their blistering previous single ‘Alright’, a track hailed by Trash Magazine as “channeling the early swaggering sounds that made Oasis and Kasabian household names” and earning itself positions as “Best of The Week” on Apple Music (Italy, Portugal & Turkey) and “Tune of The Day” on The Indie Masterplan.

One of Nottingham’s hottest new prospects right now, Reflekter formed in May 2018 and have already been compared to Rock’n’Roll greats the likes Oasis, Echo & the Bunnymen and Kasabian. A singer and songwriter on the circuit already, frontman James Gooch may already be familiar to some for his work with BBC Introducing praised act: Same Streets. Parking the project after meeting his brothers in arms at a Fontaines DC gig in Nottingham, Reflekter were born that day. Wasting little time, the band quickly began laying down tracks together at a local recording studio. These early demos soon found themselves in the lap of Jake Bugg manager Jason Hart who instantly recognised their potential. Within a year of their formation the band released their first single ‘Caught in a Storm', a track which organically clocked up over 20,000 streams in a week and had BBC Introducing’s Dean Jackson placing on the coveted “ones to watch list 2019”.

With festival razing sets at Y-Not and Dot To Dot under their belt already this Summer, Reflketer are rapidly becoming a word of mouth sensation across the East Midlands and beyond. The band now look forward to an Autumn tour that will see them headline a SOLD OUT hometown date at Nottingham’s legendary Bodega Club, plus take-on the stages of Dundee, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Leeds.  Full dates and details below.


2019 DATES

SUMMER LIVE SHOWS
September
27th September - Loopallu Festival
29 - Dundee - Beat Generator
30 - Edinburgh - Sneaky Pete's

OCTOBER
4th October - Rough Trade Nottingham In-Store
4th October - Nottingham Bodega
5 - Newcastle - Surf Cafe
13 - Leeds - Oporto


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