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BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones



TRIBES

TRIBES

BONES
The Lexington
Thursday 2 December 2010

£5.50

Hotly tipped TRIBES play the Lexington fresh from their support of the MYSTERY JETS.

Their sound is lo-fi turned pop – simple, clean songwriting filtered through warm, fuzzy disjointedness. Described by the NME as  “the uncharted middle-ground that separates Pavement and The Courteeners…”

PLUS support from Bones







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