Live music is back and we’re delighted to host Adam & Elvis, Dead Slow Hoot & Bollards on Thurs 19 August:
ADAM & ELVIS are the wonky six-piece from Reading who bring ragtime and new wave together in their energetic songwriting. Their sets are notoriously playful and crammed full of intricate and spine tingling melodies. Critically acclaimed by Steve Lamacq and Louder than war, these folks know how to take music to another level and grab the audience’s attention while never letting it go.Support comes from:
Dead Slow Hoot Bittersweet, anthemic, melancholy alt rock made in Sheffield. Dead Slow Hoot combine poetic lyricism with rich musical textures and sparse sonic landscapes to fill your ears with melancholy musings. After the release of their EP ‘I Suppose They Were Better Off As Dead’, Dead Slow Hoot have progressed to playing larger and larger stages, receiving critical praise from the likes of BBC Radio 6 Music in the process.
Bollards The side project of Fake Turins’ guitar player Jonny Dickens, Bollards meet in the middle of their self-doubt to perform estranged post-punk amid the ever-present threat of another Kony 2012.
Interwoven synth and guitar melodies, melancholic vocals and mesmerizing grooves that repeat until you forget you are even here, waiting for that moment where you slip up and catch yourself before falling in to the rhythm all over again.
Limited tickets available HERE