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O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
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WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out



Metronomy

Metronomy

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 28 March 2014
Sold Out

WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK

We are thrilled to welcome Metronomy back to London in March 2014 to play the O2 Brixton Academy, in support of their new album “Love Letters”.

Metronomy’s new songs are bold and ambitious, but the sweet spirit they’ve always been known for still lingers. Melancholy still lurks in those hooks; loneliness still gleams along their edges. These are songs that carry you up and down in tides of feeling, in waves of pure sound. ‘I’m Aquarius’ was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes’ 1969 album, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, full of psychedelic atmospheres, and gorgeous backing vocal shoop-shoops. ‘Call Me’ is driven by glittering organ lines, and the exhilarating title track, with a four-to-the-floor beat, skipping between Motown and Northern Soul.

You can listen to their new single ‘I’m Aquarius’ here

Tickets are now sold out







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