Chvrches

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LET'S EAT GRANDMA
Victoria Warehouse Manchester
Friday 15 February 2019
Thursday 14 February 2019
Sold Out

£28.50 ADV

The CHVRCHES Love Is Dead Tour comes to the UK in February.

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE.

The announcement follows the release of their acclaimed third album Love Is Dead and comes in the midst of CHVRCHES run of huge summer festival performances across the world.

Upon its release in May of this year, Love Is Dead became the band’s third successive top 10 UK album, following their 2013 debut The Bones of What You Believe and the 2015 follow up Every Open Eye. With the soaring success of their first two albums propelling CHVRCHES into new worlds, Love Is Dead is at times euphoric and others bittersweet. Featuring the singles ‘Miracle’ and ‘Get Out,’ as well as the previously released ‘My Enemy’ (feat. The National’s Matt Berninger) and ‘Never Say Die’, Love Is Dead is an album about growing up and “coming to terms with the fact that there are great things in the world and there are awful things in the world and that you can’t get one without the other,” says Mayberry.



Neneh Cherry

GREENTEA PENG
Roundhouse
Thursday 14 February 2019
Chalk Farm Road London NW1 8EH

£25 ADV
Neneh Cherry will perform her biggest London show to date at Roundhouse on 14 February 2019. 
Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE.
 
Following the release of ‘Kong’ at the beginning of August, her first single in 4 years, Neneh Cherry shares new single ‘Shot Gun Shack’ and reveals her fifth solo album ‘Broken Politics’, produced in its entirety by Four Tet and released on 19 October. 
 
Listen to new single ‘Shot Gun Shack’ HERE.
“Neneh Cherry’s Kong is absolutely phenomenal” – Clash Mag
 
“Musical icon Neneh Cherry played an important role in British protest and pop in the 80s and 90s, moving from Sweden…to London when she was just 16 and becoming involved in the city’s punk and squatting scene. She’s not stopped protesting since” – DAZED
 
“Kong captures Cherry’s eternal vibe, an impeccable cool wrapped in weary wisdom.” – NPR
 
“Few artists can craft such a minimalist, forward-thinking protest song some three decades into their career… Cherry makes the task look easy” Pitchfork, Best New Music


Whenyoung

THE NINTH WAVE + SINEAD O BRIEN
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 13 February 2019
7 Torrens Street London EC1V 1NQ

£10 16+

Whenyoung head to Electrowerkz on Wednesday 13 February.

Given Up EP is out now.

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE.



Anna Calvi

SPECIAL GUESTS
Roundhouse
Thursday 7 February 2019
Chalk Farm Road London NW1 8EH

£24 ADV

Anna Calvi brings the Hunter tour to Roundhouse on 7 February.

Tickets on sale now. Available HERE.



Steve Mason

EDGAR JONES
EartH
Thursday 7 February 2019
Postponed
11-17 Stoke Newington Road London N16 8BH

£21 ADV

We are very sorry to announce that the Steve Mason show at Earth, London tomorrow (Thursday 7th February) has been postponed.

Steve picked up a flu virus whilst up North near the start of the tour. Unfortunately, unable to shake it off, after the Leeds show it got considerably worse. He got through the Manchester show but has been bed bound since. He is gutted and wants to reschedule the shows ASAP.

You will be informed as soon as a new date has been set.

All tickets will remain valid for the new performance date. If you are unable to attend the new date then please contact your ticket outlet for a full refund.

Best Wishes to Steve for a speedy recovery.



BEAK>

USÉ
Islington Assembly Hall
Thursday 7 February 2019
Upper Street London N1 2UD

£17.50 ADV

Following an incredible sold out show at The Dome in December, Beak> return to London to perform at Islington Assembly Hall on Thursday 7 February.

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE.



CHVRCHES

LET'S EAT GRANDMA
Alexandra Palace
Thursday 7 February 2019
Alexandra Palace Way London N22 7AY

£28.50 ADV 7PM

The CHVRCHES Love Is Dead comes to the UK in February.

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE.

The announcement follows the release of their acclaimed third album Love Is Dead and comes in the midst of CHVRCHES run of huge summer festival performances across the world.

Upon its release in May of this year, Love Is Dead became the band’s third successive top 10 UK album, following their 2013 debut The Bones of What You Believe and the 2015 follow up Every Open Eye. With the soaring success of their first two albums propelling CHVRCHES into new worlds, Love Is Dead is at times euphoric and others bittersweet. Featuring the singles ‘Miracle’ and ‘Get Out,’ as well as the previously released ‘My Enemy’ (feat. The National’s Matt Berninger) and ‘Never Say Die’, Love Is Dead is an album about growing up and “coming to terms with the fact that there are great things in the world and there are awful things in the world and that you can’t get one without the other,” says Mayberry.



Molly Nilsson

SKIING
Moth Club
Wednesday 6 February 2019
Valette Street London E9 6NU

£12.50 ADV 8PM
Eat Your Own Ears present Molly Nilsson at Moth Club on Wednesday 6 February.
 
Molly Nilsson’s new album 2020 is out now. Listen HERE
 
Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE


Leah Senior

SPECIAL GUESTS
Paper Dress Vintage
Tuesday 5 February 2019
325a Mare St London E8 1HR

Eat Your Own Ears and Bad Vibrations present Leah Senior at Paper Dress Vintage on 5 February.
 
Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE
 
“Leah Senior is an amazing folk singer, very, very talented, and nothing like King Gizz’s music at all. her songs equally terrifying, joyous, sad and exciting. We get chills watching her perform” – King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard.


Low

SPECIAL GUESTS
Barbican
Friday 1 February 2019
Sold Out
Silk Street London EC2Y 8DS

£25-30 ADV

Low perform at Barbican on Friday 1 February.

Tickets are sold out.

New album Double Negative is out now.

“Low have never made a record quite so jarring and jagged, but Double Negative pushes beyond their own catalogue. Low have made what might be their most relevant album, one that holds a mirror up to the world.” [9/10] – Uncut, ‘Album of the Month’

“It sounds as though the group are literally trying to convey the sky falling” The Wire, Cover Feature

“Not since Bon Iver’s reinvention or even Radiohead’s Kid A have a relatively mainstream band made such an assured volte-face. Fierce and beautiful.” 5/5, Record Collector ‘New Album of the Month’

“This is the sound of Low finding extremity in a new, thrilling way.” [8/10] – Q Magazine

“’Quorum’ lurches forward like a steamroller on gravel, crackling with heft and bubbling with life as snatches of voices seep into the pressurised atmosphere.” [“Quorum,” Track Of The Day] – The 405

“Gusts of white noise and inexorable bass thuds all but submerge “Quorum”; the 4/4 bass drum of “Dancing and Blood” wobbles on each impact as if the dance floor is buckling.” [“Quorom”/”Dancing and Blood”/”Fly”] – NY Times

“…gorgeous close harmonies whose startling clarity is only accentuated by the blackened textures beneath them.“ [“Disarray,” Best New Track] – Pitchfork



EYOE & Cool Brother Recommend

Shacklewell Arms
Thursday 24 January 2019
Thursday 17 January 2019
Thursday 10 January 2019
71 Shacklewell Lane London E8 2EB

FREE
Eat Your Own Ears and Cool Brother have partnered up to bring you some of the names we’re most excited about in 2019, to the Shacklewell Arms throughout January. What better way to start off the year!
 
Tickets are FREE and are available HERE now. 
 
Thursday 10 January
FEET
MEGGIE BROWN
PVA
 
Thursday 17 January
UNMOOR KIVA
PORRIDGE RADIO
JORDAN COOK DJ SET (Crewel Intentions / Telegram)
GREAT DAD
 
Thursday 24 January
DEEP DEEP WATER
SAMANA
BABii


Haelos

SPECIAL GUESTS
Electrowerkz
Tuesday 22 January 2019
Sold Out
7 Torrens Street London EC1V 1NQ

£12.50 ADV

Eat Your Own Ears present Hælos at Electrowerkz on Tuesday 22 January. 

Tickets are sold out.



Lætitia Sadier Source Ensemble

MARKER STARLING
The Lexington
Saturday 19 January 2019
Sold Out
96-98 Pentonville Road London N1 9JB

£13.50 ADV

Eat Your Own Ears are proud to presents Lætitia Sadier Source Ensemble at The Lexington on Saturday 19 January.

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE.







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