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Slow Club

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SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS



Slow Club

Slow Club

SPECIAL GUESTS
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Wednesday 18 May 2011
Postponed

12.50 ADVANCE

Unfortunately due to the album release date being pushed back, we have had to postpone the show until 26th September. All tickets remain valid for the new date, but refunds are available from your ticket outlet.

After selling out a The Union Chapel, SLOW CLUB have announced a show at Londons’s Shepherds Bush Empire.

Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership. They are more than just charming anti-folk troubadours, or the lo-fi acoustic end of the Sheffield scene; they are the real thing. Everything, from their cheery optimism to their crestfallen lovesickness is life-sized and lived-in, resulting in a crop of tiny, good-natured tunes that invite the intense identification of young romantics. Charles sings with a bruised vocal, and plays rasping guitar with a disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca, with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, plays stand up drums amid an array of percussive apparatus – wooden chairs, glass bottles and spoons.

PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“From the outset there is something immediately familiar and yet vitally inventive about Slow Club” – Rough Trade

“Slow Club are a funny, winning combination of playful poetry and punchy, happy pop-folk.” – Londonist

“Slow Club’s brilliance lies in their charm and sincerity, which simply pours from their music” – Clash Music
ENDS







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