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After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year's resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There's a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you'll find your hands and feet joining in too

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WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
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After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

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0844 477 1000

 

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Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

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Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

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Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

Follow on us Twitter here

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Visit our Tumblr here



Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

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Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

Follow on us Twitter here

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Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

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Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

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Visit our Tumblr here



Baxter Dury

Baxter Dury

WE WERE EVERGREEN + ELUGELAB
XOYO
Thursday 23 February 2012
Sold Out

£9.00 ADV

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

After selling out Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Baxter Dury returns to play at XOYO in February.

 

Produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Portishead) and recorded in Baxter’s hometown of London, the album will be released in digital and CD format. ‘Claire’ is the first single to be taken from it, released on 1st July.

‘Happy Soup’ is worlds away from the darkness and romantic disappointments of previous LPs ‘Len Parrot’s Memorial Lift’ (2002) and ‘Floor Show’ (2005), so much so that Dury refers to his new effort as “seaside psychedelia”. Its ten tracks narrate everyday tales of dancing on the patio in Marigolds and seedy sex in Portugal, yet Baxter’s lyrical playfulness and acute character analysis ensure the songs are anything but mundane. Just take the amusing picture painted of London’s Portobello Road in love song ‘Trellic’ or ‘The Sun’ in which Madelaine Heart’s honeyed guest vocals swim in-between bursts of Baxter’s mad, infectious laughter and colourful, rippling guitars. First single ‘Claire’ meanwhile slings his cockney charm around bus fare funk and unforgettable bass hooks. It’s not quite all rainbows and carousels though – had Joy Division scored a Batman soundtrack, the looping bass and menacing spoken-drawl of ‘Picnic On The Edge’ would undoubtedly have made the cut.

‘Happy Soup’ tracklisting:

  1. Isabel
  2. Claire
  3. Leak At The Disco
  4. Afternoon
  5. Happy Soup
  6. Trellic
  7. Picnic On The Edge
  8. Hotel In Brixton
  9. The Sun
  10. 10. Trophies

Plus support from WE WERE EVERGREEN 

We Were Evergreen are an alternative indie-electro-pop band from France. The Parisian trio were born in 2008, after a new year’s resolution that, for once, actually stuck. Brought together by a shared fondness for all kinds of pop music and nursery rhymes, they tell stories of small trees growing too fast, of yodelling yaks and children flying south for the winter: stories of adolescence, of things lost, then found –then lost again. There’s a naïve freshness to their toy-like instruments, and their mellow-yet-uplifting choruses will inevitably get caught in your brain – just throw in some live sampling, a lot of percussions and a dash of electro, and you’ll find your hands and feet joining in too

www.seetickets.com

0870 264 3333

www.ticketweb.com

0844 477 1000

 

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