Oh yes! Another super sonic one for you here guys – the most excellent, previously on Sonic Cathedral and now ATP – YOUNG HUSBAND, live in store but outside of the store.
Let us explain…
We would never want to compromise a band’s sound and if they weren’t happy to strip sound back, then neither are we. But just how can we let their psychedelic wall of sound be free without our lovely neighbours down the road wanting to kill us?
At a venue that’s slightly better equipped to deal with NOISE and BODIES, somewhere we really like and therefore we hope our customers really like. And to make up for lack of pie, somewhere you can have an amazing beer – Hi There THE WAVE MAIDEN.
We are very pleased to announce YOUNG HUSBAND in store, at our beer cousins THE WAVE MAIDEN at 8pm on Tuesday 26th January 2016. FREE ENTRY.
The show will take place upstairs at the Maiden, and the capacity will be a tight 65 people. First come first let in.
To gain priority entry (you will be guaranteed entry, before anyone else – we simply send you an e mail explaining how you do this) – reserve a copy of the new record for collection on the night. They will even sign it for you, and it really great! A missed gem from the best of 2015 we reckon. RESERVE AND GAIN PRIORITY ENTRY HERE
More details below – See you soon for what should be an incredible show – P&V
FB event page – https://www.facebook.com/events/1649231155359748/
Younghusband first appeared in 2011 and their second LP has been a smoke stack on the road ahead since their 2013 debut ‘Dromes’. While that album defined a scene, this one sets them aside. ‘Dissolver’ takes in a wide sweep of guitar music and focuses it into a precisely individual proposition; a sound unto itself that nonetheless garners comparisons with Elliott Smith, The Shoes, and Big Star. Fresh out on ATP Recordings the new album has been critically acclaimed, garnering fans from NPR to Mojo and BBC 6Music.
The quartet of Euan Hinshelwood, Joe Chilton, Adam Beach and Pete Baker emerged as one of a crop of so-called neo-psych bands. Under a canopy of reverb and phase, they could be heard hunting for escape routes from the played-out circus of British rock. No easy task in a country so cold, expensive and hostile to change, where bed-bound, infinite scrolls into the past are sometimes the only entertainment you can withstand or afford.