A special end of year Working Men's Club show with Frankie and The Heartstrings - be quick with them tickets!
FRANKIE AND THE HEARTSTRINGS
Following on from two sold out nights at London Lexington as part of a nationwide tour with new indie-pop duo Summer Camp, we are pleased to announce an exclusive intimate London show for Frankie and The Heartstrings to cap off the year at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, 44 Pollard Row, E2 6NB on December 6th. The show is part of a national tour of working mens clubs to finish a remarkable year for the band, and will see the group previewing tracks from their Edwyn Collins produced debut LP, due to be released at the beginning of 2011. Coming across all mitten-wearing indie-pop romantics clutching Smiths cassettes meets Dexys on Top Of the Pops in Eighties, this fashionable fivesome channel possess a timeless pop arsenal carefully constructed out of their evidenly sizeable vinyl collections as big as their catchy-as-colds hooks. Check out the bands own label and archive PopSex Ltd http://popsexltd.com to revel in their old school fan boy greatness, releases and request free stuff such as mp3s, mixtapes, one-off DVDs, podcasts, downloads and more. In what promises to be a very memorable one-off show indeed, we look forward to seeing you there.
The UKs most dashing new pop group NME
Their stomping sound which is surely scientifically impossible to dislike dips into Dexys circa Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, mid-period Clash, 60s pop, Orange Juice, northern soul, romance and literature without loitering anywhere. The Guardian
Music born out of the terrifying place where Essex meets London, young duo SB make a visceral, unvarnished blend of blues and punk mixed with an element of rockabilly and 50s pop-, underpinned by rich narratives and resolute melodies, and informed by McGuinness and drummer Brendan Heaney's admiration for The Clash, Television and The Ramones and Motown. They're currently recording their second album, weaving a more melodic and restrainted angle into their infectious bop.
The legendary BBC radio DJ STEVE LAMACQ is also our special guest here, spinning records between the bands.
Bethnal Green Working Mens club is just a short walk from Behtnal Green station, is one of the most fun venues in the whole of London and there's a website for it here
The capacity for this show is extremely limited, so we strongly suggest you be very quick with tickets to avoid disappointment
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