|Sunday||1st||May||Capitol Theatre||HORSHAM||7.30pm||Box Office: 01403 750220||www.thecapitolhorsham.com|
|Wednesday||4th||May||City Varieties||LEEDS||7.30pm||Box Office: 0113 2430808||www.cityvarieties.co.uk|
|Thursday||5th||May||Forum||BILLINGHAM||7.30pm||Box Office: 01642 552663||www.forumtheatrebillingham.co.uk|
|Friday||6th||May||Playhouse||HARLOW||7.30pm||Box Office: 01279 431945||www.harlowplayhouse.com|
|Tuesday||10th||May||Gordon Craig Theatre||STEVENAGE||7.30pm||Box Office: 01438 363200||www.gordon-craig.co.uk|
|Thursday||12th||May||Churchill Theatre||BROMLEY||7.30pm||Box Office: 08448 717620||www.atgtickets.com|
|Friday||13th||May||Key Theatre||PETERBOROUGH||7.30pm||Box Office: 01733 207239||www.vivacity-peterborough.com|
|Saturday||14th||May||Winding Wheel||CHESTERFIELD||7.30pm||Box Office: 01246 345222||www.chesterfieldtheatres.co.uk|
|Sunday||15th||May||Princess Theatre||HUNSTANTON||7.30pm||Box Office: 01485 532252||www.princesshunstanton.co.uk|
|Wednesday||18th||May||Civic Theatre||ROTHERHAM||7.30pm||Box Office: 01709 823621||www.rotherhamtheatres.co.uk|
|Thursday||19th||May||Plowright Theatre||SCUNTHORPE||7.30pm||Box Office: 0844 8542776||www.plowrighttheatre.com|
|Friday||20th||May||Marine Hall||FLEETWOOD||7.30pm||Box Office: 01253 887693||www.wyretheatres.co.uk|
|Saturday||21st||May||Grand Theatre||LANCASTER||7.30pm||Box Office: 01524 64695||www.lancastergrand.co.uk|
|Sunday||22nd||May||Pavilion Theatre||RHYL||7.30pm||Box Office: 01745 330000||www.rhylpavilion.co.uk|
|Thursday||26th||May||Towngate Theatre||BASILDON||7.30pm||Box Office: 01268 465465||www.Towngatetheatre.co.uk|
60s rock single with a modern indie twist out May 6th Pink Fireball are a raw, upcoming four-piece with energy to burn and a genuine flair for song writing. Based on a contemporary indie foundation, their sound is embellished with flowing psychedelic aspects from the 60s which give them a uniquely fresh edge. New single ‘Turn Around’ is out May 6th and perfectly showcases this blend of the old and the new. It all started with an infectious guitar riff and grew from there into the off kilter indie treat it has become. Also worthy of note is the horn section – not common in the rock genre in recent years, the band took inspiration from retro movie soundtracks such as Mission Impossible, James Bond and Batman to add this extra flavour to the tune.The animated video is a superb companion to the track as it takes a trip through 60s sci-fi and beyond – you can check out both the track and the clip below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hus5Nyk-DQs The video itself is yet another fine representation of the band’s outlook and creativity. Created on construction paper, it was developed through painstaking stop motion. It took hours to create the few minutes of footage for the video, which typifies the dedication and attention to detail Pink Fireball are capable of. ‘Turn Around’ sets a high standard for a band who have the potential to go a long way in the music industry. And with an album being recorded in London, 2016 is likely to represent a huge step forward for Pink Fireball – a band who certainly deserve wider acclaim if their high level of creativity and wit is anything to go by. Opening the door into their world is like opening the door into a kaleidoscope of ideas, thoughts and musings. Most of this comes out through their music, but checking out their Facebook & Tumblr pages also gives an insight into the colour and vitality they bring to the table. Long may it continue. ‘Turn Around’ is out May 6th as a digital download and from all top streaming services.
The Colossal Heads prepare for colossal new EP ‘Mammoths’ New Orleans rockers resurrect Grunge with new release on April 29th Revelling in the heavier side of indie rock, The Colossal Heads are a group on the rise who have been compared to artists such as Queens of the Stone Age, Incubus, Modest Mouse and Nirvana. These are not bands whose names should be taken lightly in terms of comparison – thankfully The Colossal Heads do them justice.
Those bands rose in the 90’s and early 2000’s due to a rock genre that had gone from being anti-establishment to part of the norm. In recent years the cycle has started again, and The Colossal Heads are here to shake things up once more. To offer further proof, check out the album lead track ‘Mammoths’.https://soundcloud.com/colossalheads/mammoths-2015 Engineered by Louis Cressy, the EP (and single) are a timely reminder of the power that rock music can have.
Another vital part of any musical success is a propensity for hard work, an area in which The Colossal Heads excel almost as much as their song writing. In a prime example, they toured from New Orleans to California from May-June 2015, living out of their Toyota and sleeping on floors along the way. This grass roots approach carries over to their methods of promotion as well. Relying on Facebook, local radio and word of mouth, the band has continued to develop and grow their fan base as their music has become increasingly assured. ‘Mammoths’ is the final result of this evolution, an EP which steps outside of the box and shows how complacent rock music has become in recent times.Check out The Colossal Heads performing on a heli pad in New Orleans on Balcony TV: https://youtu.be/8MSnxuEOIaw Links: http://www.thecolossalheads.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDf8jR1fhtUhHqZStJ8JJ0g https://www.facebook.com/TheColossalHeads www.soundcloud.com/colossalheads
Jay Fisher has been performing as Apple Rabbits since 2004; releasing two albums: 'King of Anglia and 'Kilburn State'. Previous to this, his debut album 'The Velveteen Ear' was released on Mike Howlett's Mauve Records label in 1994, followed by a tour supporting John Martyn. Since then he's been a member of dance, dub & electronica band Canteen (1995-2002), and was the vocalist on Dave Randall's (Slovo, Faithless) 2004 album 'Eight Stories'.
Apple Rabbits returns with the first in a series of EPs. Cut by Gearbox Records, the first "Oberkampf" is musically compelling and blends exquisite string combinations of classical sounds with contemporary and vintage electronic sounds. This can be heard especially in first three tracks, of this four track EP. Unlike Apple Rabbits’ previous releases: The vocal work has a pure, sometimes mournful, and unadulterated quality; which complements and blends with the arrangements. In ‘Coup de Chapeau’, haunting voices fade to a single ‘chorister-like’ voice, before experimental sounds creep in, in opposition to the voices; the strings respond stridently in a contradictory, both melodic but discordant resolution.
Want to come to the album launch?
At the Tin Tabernacle, Kilburn (nearest station Kilburn Park Tube or Kilburn High road, Overground) on the 23rd April 2016.with special guests support by Dave Randell (Faithless/Slovo) performing a solo electronic set. Tickets £5 from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/354224. Profits from launch 10% of album sales go to Aisling Return to Ireland Project www.aisling.org.uk