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Temple Songs

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HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here



Temple Songs

Temple Songs

HALF LOON + ABJECTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 19 March 2014

£5.50 ADVANCE
TEMPLESONGS.BANDCAMP.COM/ , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TEMPLESONGS

Eat Your Own Ears + The 405 present:

We’re pleased to welcome back Temple Songs to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘Point of Origin’.

2013 was an exciting introduction from Temple Songs. Having released two storming singles; ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Cant Look After You’, both through RIP Records. The band have gained some notable accolades from the likes of NME, This Is Fake DIY, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent to name but a few.

Zane Lowe also regularly championed the group on his BBC Radio One show as well as numerous plays from BBC 6 Music shows such as Lauren Laverne and Radcliffe & Maconie.

Temple Songs is the brainchild of the prolific front man and writer Jolan Lewis (23), who released a confusing amount of music last year under several different guises. After being thrown out of London’s Toe-Rag Studios, the group headed back to Manchester so that Lewis could produce the track in his own studio, crafting his own unique vision of the track. “Point Of Origin” maintains Temple Songs’ penchant for instantly catchy pop melodies reminiscent of early Beatles material, however Lewis’ unique style of production takes them in a direction much more at home with the current lo-fi scene of home town Manchester.

Support comes from Half Loon, who have just released their brilliant new single ‘Reverie’. You can listen to it here.

Tickets available here







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