Wild Nothing | Mon 11 Feb | Yes | £13
The indie/dream pop project from Jack Tatum released their fourth album Indigo last year.
The Lemonheads | Tue 12 Feb | O2 Ritz | £20
The alt/grunge-rock group who first found fame in the ’90s tour in support of latest release Varshons 2, a cover album tackling songs from the likes of Eagles and Yo La Tengo.
Neneh Cherry | Wed 13 Feb | Albert Hall | £22.50
The iconic rap/trip hop artist worked with Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) on her most recent album Broken Politics, a musical representation of the artist’s perspective on the current global situation.
Poppy Ackroyd | Thu 14 Feb | St Michaels | £12
The classically trained pianist, violinist and composer released her breathtaking debut Resolve last year, a neoclassical record that saw global acclaim.
White Denim | Fri 15 Feb | Albert Hall | £19.50
Indie rock group who adopts the use of funk to create songs with a frantic energy and addictive melodies. They tour in support of seventh LP Performance.
Doe | Sat 16 Feb | Soup Kitchen | £8
London band whose 90’s indie rock influences have helped form their off kilter sound, and they are currently taking their new material from Grow Into It out on the road.
Hey Charlie | Sun 17 Feb | Gullivers | £8
Grunge-pop trio hailing from London with fuzzy guitar riffs, whose debut single was produced by Spring King’s Tarek Musa,
- Edwina Chan
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- Mon 11 Feb 2019