TOWERS OF LONDON TONIGHT!

The Soundhouse Leicester & Wake up promotions present a special show with the mighty Towers of London TONIGHT!

Towers of London are a band that wear their influences on their hearts. 2017 sees them blending rock, punk, rap and funk into a melting pot, emerging with a brand new sound that defines them as a band that are inclusive to all kinds of music and exclusive of none. Their hedonistic reputation precedes them but they’ve grown into something more. The bands new dawn sees them here seeking to make a difference with the music they make. Rock and Roll, Spirit and Soul.

Local Support:
Stranger Mayhem & OAK

Tickets available on the door.
7.30pm doors.

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MORE NEW SHOWS ANNOUNCED

BILLY LUNN (THE SUBWAYS) – FRIDAY 11TH AUGUST

CAPTAIN ACCIDENT & THE DISASTERS – FRIDAY 25TH AUGUST

DJ FORMAT & ABDOMINAL – TUESDAY 7TH NOVEMBER

TICKETS VIA SEETICKETS

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NEW SHOW – THIS IS THE KIT IN OCTOBER

This Is The Kit, the nom de plume of Kate Stables, has been in existence since the 00s, when Kate moved to Bristol and started playing and collaborating with local musicians. It was here where her debut album Krulle Bol took shape, recorded and produced by PJ Harvey’s long-standing musical collaborator John Parish. Her second album, 2010’s Wriggle Out The Restless was made in France alongside members of Francois and the Atlas Mountains before final touches from TITK’s extended musical family were added in Bristol, Belgium and several points in between.
“The aim is to have fun playing with people whose work I really like,” says Kate in her simple and direct fashion. “The more you exchange and share with people the better things get and the more you learn.” This is the Kit has opened for artists such as The National, Jose Gonzales, and Iron & Wine and was selected by Sharon Van Etten as her “Favourite New Artist” in an interview with Pitchfork.
This is the Kits’ 2015 album Bashed Out, was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner and released on his Brassland label. Bashed Out features performances from Aaron, his brother Bryce Dessner, Benjamin Lanz (Beirut), Thomas Bartlett (Doveman, The Gloaming) and Matt Barrick (The Walkmen) alongside her regular cast of collaborators. On its release, Bashed Out received critical acclaim, and was quickly seen as a breakthrough record. Packed out performances followed, including a headline show at the Scala, and the album was picked as Guy Garvey’s Album of The Year for 2015 on BBC 6 Music.

Don’t miss them on Friday 6th October! Tickets via SeeTickets.

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THE CLASS OF ’97 TONIGHT – OK COMPUTER & BITTERSWEET SYMPHONY SPECIAL

20 years ago, the world was a very different place. Clinton and Blair came into office. Princess Diana died. We cloned a sheep!
It was a time of change, upheaval and innovation, and 1997’s music certainly reflected that. Game-changing dance records, legacy-cementing classics, endless innovation and the mainstream end of Britpop were the flavour of the year, and in 2017 some of the most revered albums will turn 20 years old.
Time to feel old and join us to celebrate a monumental year of music!

We bring the Class of ’97 with a special night dedicated to the release of seminal album Radiohead’s OK Computer & The Verve’s huge single Bitter Sweet Symphony on 16th June 1997.

Expect to hear 97 classics from Oasis, The Charlatans, Mansun, Spirtualized, Daft Punk, Blur, Finlay Quaye, Notorious BIG, Chemical Brothers, Supergrass, Foo Fighters, Wu Tang Clan, The Prodigy, Primal Scream, Cornershop and more.

Free entry.
7pm-1am.
Drink offers (7pm-9pm)

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TOWERS OF LONDON SPECIAL SHOW IN JULY!

The Soundhouse Leicester & Wake up promotions present a special show with the mighty Towers of London on Friday 14th July!

Towers of London are a band that wear their influences on their hearts. 2017 sees them blending rock, punk, rap and funk into a melting pot, emerging with a brand new sound that defines them as a band that are inclusive to all kinds of music and exclusive of none. Their hedonistic reputation precedes them but they’ve grown into something more. The bands new dawn sees them here seeking to make a difference with the music they make. Rock and Roll, Spirit and Soul.

£10 ADV via SEE Tickets
7.30pm doors.

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