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Arthur Beatrice

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NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

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Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk



Arthur Beatrice

Arthur Beatrice

NZCA/LINES
PATTEN(DEBUT RE-EDIT SET)
OPEN ASSEMBLY DJS
Shacklewell Arms
Tuesday 11 October 2011

FREE
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/ARTHURBEATRICE, WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/NZCALINES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/PATTENSONGS

Eat Your Own Ears and Open Assembly present Arthur Beatrice this Autumn at the Shacklewell Arms.

Open Assembly and Eat Your Own Ears present Arthur Beatrice this October at the Shacklewell Arms.

Almost in direct opposition to their peers on the current musical landscape, new London quartet Arthur Beatrice trade in a quiet, defiantly literary form of musical subversion; in their music there is sly provocation instead of bluster; ambiguity rather than clarity. With songs like “Midland” and “Butcher’s Hook”, the band produce heart aching mini-epics of brutal beauty, pitching harsh lyrical hooks against a glorious expanse of piano and melting vocals.

Download your free ticket from:

www.ticketweb.co.uk







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