TALL SHIPS SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT + THIS WEEK AT BOILEROOMApril 23, 2014
We’re thrilled to announce that Tall Ships will be returning to The Boileroom on Thursday 19th June!
Still riding high off the success of their debut album ‘Everything Touching’ released on Big Scary Monsters back in 2012, Tall Ships have now become infamous for their adrenaline packed live show which has delighted the masses filling out XOYO and our own Boileroom last year. Their mix of relentless walls of sound and deep complex layers of guitar woven post-rock enthrall and mesmerise in equal measure. Snap up your tickets quick!
Tickets start from £10 adv – here
This week at The Boileroom
In the not so distance future we have some equally ace shows lined up, here’s the details of what to expect over the coming week.
Wednesday April 23rd – Blitz Kids:
Undoubtedly the best band to come out of Crewe in recent years, Blitz Kids arrive fresh from touring with All Time Low ready to bring their brand of melodic high-energy rock music to The Boileroom. Bringing the crowd pleasing effortlessness they’ve displayed at festivals like Sonisphere, Slam Dunk and Download, and fresh from releasing their second album ‘The Good Youth’ on Red Bull Records, Blitz Kids are ready to fully realise their potential.
Thursday 4th April – Young Kato:
If quick thrills indie-pop is your bag, then Cheltenham’s Young Kato tick many of the right boxes. Radio exposure on BBC Radio 1 and XFM, Check. Support slots with the likes of Bastille, Peace and You Me At Six, Check. The sort of catchy, indie-pop earworm songs that just beg to be rattled off on stage, Check. Backed up by Pixel Fix and The White Bicycles on the night, this may be your chance to witness one of the next big indie acts grasping up towards the next rung on the adoration ladder.
Tickets available here
Friday April 25th – Velvet Goldmine:
Indie club night Velvet Goldmine returns to The Boileroom, determined to showcase the best new breaking bands and local acts. On Friday, Fickle Friends will showcase their chops that lead to their single ‘S W I M’ amassing 400,000 plays on soundcloud. They’ll be joined by London’s Paper Boats, Violet Skies and DJs till late.
Tickets £5 adv – here
Saturday 26th April – Leatherat
We’ve got plenty of folk coming on Saturday. Established venue-trawlers Leatherat are set to bring highlights from their four albums of Levellers inspired folk-rock, showing why they’ve become stalwarts of the folk-festival circuit. They’re accompanied by The True Deceivers a band on the frontier of the Surrey folk scene, and STEViE One Bloke One Mandolin who’ll display his own unique raw and honest troubadour act.
Tickets from £7 adv – here
Sunday April 27th – Ezio
“Deep, honest, emotional songs that hit a raw nerve.” This is what Ezio want you to expect of them. The guitar-lead two piece are making music so moving that they managed to sell out Shepherd’s Bush Empire on word of mouth alone. Get ready for full on immersion, you may feel things you didn’t know you could feel.