When? 6:30pm, Wednesday 22nd February – How much sirs? – Free Entry
We are super excited to announce and welcome the fabulous SUNDARA KARMA to Pie&Vinyl.
With two sold out headline tours and acclaimed performances at Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds and Secret Garden Party under their belts, the Reading-based indie four-piece released their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ in early January. Come and witness a very special intimate show, in the weird and weird and wonderful, your Pie&Vinyl shop.
We’ll be selling all physical formats of the album on the night, which the guys will be happy to sign!
To keep you watered and fed whilst you eat with your eyes and ears, we’ll have a pie tribute to the chaps available on the night only. Witty name, and filling chosen by the band to be announced soon):
It’s free to get in of course, but only to the first 60 odd people. We will open our doors around 6:20pm, and it will be on a first come first served (let in) basis:)
The guys are also playing the Wedgewood rooms the same night, and it’s SOLD OUT – so you know where to come to see the magic if you don’t have a ticket.
Join our event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1353059214750932/
More info on the guys below!
See you there!
With two sold out headline tours and acclaimed performances at Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds and Secret Garden Party under their belts, Reading-based indie four-piece Sundara Karma end their stellar year with the unveiling of new single ‘Flame’ and their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’.
‘Flame’ was inspired by Plato’s Allegory Of The Cave, in which a prisoner is facing a wall full of shadows from a fire behind him, believing the shadows to be reality. It’s only when released from the cave that he sees the full sunlit picture of the world. Lead singer Oscar Pollock says, “Ever since I heard that story I thought it was crazy, especially how old and relevant it still is.”
Set for release on January 6th on Chess Club / RCA, ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ contains singles ‘A Young Understanding’, ‘Loveblood’, ‘Vivienne’, ‘She Said’ and ‘Flame’. The Reading four-piece are about to embark on their fourth headline tour on February 11th, concluding at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on the 24th – the band’s biggest headline show to date. The headline tour will also be preceded with nationwide support slots on Two Door Cinema Club’s January-February UK tour, including two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace.