Thursday, 28 April 2016

@slowreaders club support @weareJames @CityH4ll 17/5 #newcastle on their tour- watch these #videos #greatsongs

THE SLOW READERS CLUB
TO SUPPORT INDIE STARS - JAMES - ON 11 UK TOUR DATES THIS MAY
Newcastle City Hall on Tuesday 17th May 





“The Slow Readers Club are the best band you’ve never heard of.  But once you have, you’ll find it impossible not to fall for them.” - Louder Than War

“On the cusp of something spectacular” – Manchester Evening News

“They’ve made an album called Cavalcade which I have to say I really, really think is a very good record.” – Saul Davies (James)


Manchester indie-electronica outfit The Slow Readers Club will support James on 11 dates of the ‘Girl At The End Of The World tour’. 
With an anthemic electronic sound perfectly suited to the big halls of the country that they will be visiting on this tour with James, The Slow Readers Club will be hitting venues such as the Brixton Academy, Shepherds Bush Empire, Newcastle City Hall and Bristol Colston Hall among others.  The band will be playing to thousands of new fans before embarking on recording their third album.

I Saw A Ghost: 


A Manchester based four piece who specialise in dark and brooding indie electro, TSRC's music has drawn comparisons with Interpol, The Killers and The National. Since the release of their second album Cavalcade the band have been building an impressive following (selling out Manchester Gorilla, St Philips Church and The Workman’s Club Dublin weeks in advance). But things may be about to go to the next level as the band are now on the brink of going on the road with James at the personal request of Jim Glennie and Saul Davies who have been championing the band in interviews.

Cavalcade is an album overflowing at the brim with singles to the point that it feels more like a Greatest Hits album than anything else. The Slow Readers Club don’t deal in half measures and neither do they repeat the same formula over and over again. They write songs about genuine human feelings, dark moments that everyone encounters at some point in their life, and they emerge triumphant at the other side with music as the catharsis to the weight of the world’s problems.

Forever In Your Debt, Start Again, Don’t Mind, I Saw A Ghost and Plant The Seed are a quintet of singles that brought the band a wider audience with each release to the point that they were selling out bigger and bigger venues in their hometown of Manchester and beyond. Those aforementioned shows sold out purely on excited word of mouth and radio play and they’ve played to packed rooms across the country as word of mouth has spread feverishly.

Plant The Seed:



Working very much with the DIY ethic by necessity, people have started to sit up and take notice at this underground phenomenon. Chris Hawkins and Steve Lamacq became fans, they became favourites of the This Feeling club night, XFM’s Hattie Pearson picked them up and recorded a simple but stunning acoustic version of I Saw A Ghost in Manchester’s Central Library for her Matter Of Sound video blog and a steady but growing band of influential blogs have picked up the mettle and championed them tirelessly.


The Slow Readers Club support James on the following dates :

Mon 2 May – Colston Hall – Bristol

Tue 3 May – Cliffs Pavilion – Southend-on-Sea

Wed 4 May – Shepherd’s Bush Empire – London

Fri 6 May – The Forum, Kentish Town – London

Sat 7 May – Brixton Academy – London

Mon 9 May – UEA – Norwich

Tue 10 May – Bournemouth Academy

Thu 12 May – Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Mon 16 May – Hull City Hall

Tue 17 May – Newcastle City Hall

Sat 21 May – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham


They also have their own shows at the following venues :

Sat 16 April – Montpellier MMC Festival

Sat 23 April – Dublin The Workman’s Club

Sat 30 April – London Birthdays



FURTHER PRAISE FOR TSRC

“Of all the bands we’ve championed, they are the one that are universally adored by the people we recommend them to” – Even The Stars

“Each track contains an irresistible mix of emotion and drama, ensuring Cavalcade offers some wonderful goose bump moments” – Gigsoup

“It works in every situation whether that be driving to work, working out, pre drinks before a messy night out, or even crying after a fight with your fella. There’s something for everyone and every situation.” – Purple Revolver

“The bare fact is that it will be astonishing if you find a better rock pop album in 2015 than this modern classic.” – The Ring Master Review

“Think New Order and Depeche Mode with all the catchiness of a cool indie band, and this gives you some idea to what they’re about. Definitely one of THE bands of the moment!” – Sonic Bandwagon


The Slow Readers Club are Aaron Starkie on vocals, Kurtis Starkie on guitar and backing vocals, Jim Ryan on bass and David Whitworth on drums.


The Slow Readers Club official website – http://theslowreadersclub.co.uk/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/slowreadersclub

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/theslowreadersclub

Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/user/theslowreadersclub

Matter Of Sound session with a live acoustic version of I Saw A Ghost –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtunJe9Vkf8



Wednesday, 6 April 2016

@thefeeling announced as support for @JeffLynnesELO at @ArenaNewcastle Thurs 14th April

THE FEELING... 
ANNOUNCED AS JEFF LYNNE'S ELO TOUR SUPPORT



   
Live Nation are thrilled to announce that THE FEELING will be joining Jeff Lynne’s ELO as Special Guests on their highly anticipated UK & European Arena Tour this Spring (on all dates except Friday 24th June in Birmingham). 


The Feeling have released both their brand new single, Spiralling and their Self-Titled, 5th studio album recently.  In making their fifth album, The Feeling boldly went where not many bands in the last 30 years have gone before: they decided to record the entire thing in just a few days, as a fully live band. The Feeling is a raw and passionate album and it’s self-titled because this, more than any of their previous records, is what they really sound like. The album is available to pre-order now from www.pledgemusic.com/thefeeling



After the stunning success of Jeff Lynne's ELO headline set at BBC Radio 2's "Festival In A Day" in Hyde Park in 2014, where he played to a sold-out crowd of 50,000 fans in attendance (who according to the Telegraph were ‘practically levitating with joy’) and nearly a million people on TV, Jeff brings his peerless back catalogue and new Top 5 platinum selling album ‘Alone In The Universe’ to the masses on his UK & European arena tour this spring.



JEFF LYNNE’S ELO 

With Special Guests, 

THE FEELING 




APRIL 2016



Tue 5th                 Liverpool, Echo Arena

Thu 7th                 Nottingham, Capital FM Arena    

Sat 9th                  Leeds, First Direct Arena

Sun 10th               Manchester, Arena

Tue 12th               Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

Thu 14th               Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena

Sat 16th                Birmingham, Genting Arena

Sun 17th               Birmingham, Genting Arena

Wed 20th               London, The O2

Fri 22ND                London, The O2

Sat 23rd                London, The O2

Tue 26th                 London, The O2

Fri 29th                  Dublin, 3Arena



MAY 2016

Sun 1st                Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome

Tues 3rd                Zurich, Hallenstadion

Thu 5th                Oberhausen, Koenig Pilsener Arena



JUNE 2016

Wed 22nd                 Manchester, Arena

Fri 24th                Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena



Tickets on sale now from www.livenation.co.uk (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) 

OR: Go in person to the venue and pay using cash, thereby bypassing all those crazy fees! New seats available now. 



www.jefflynneselo.com