Win merch and tickets to see TOY play The Magnet on UK tour


unnamedWith third album Clear Shot newly released, Getintothis’ Will Neville looks ahead to TOY’s headline return to Liverpool.

Fans of krautrock-meets-shoegazers TOY have been waiting nearly three years for them to release the follow-up to Join The Dots. Their patience was rewarded when Clear Shot, their third album, was released in October.

Last year, they worked with Bat For Lashes as Sexwitch on six covers of obscure 1970’s psych and folk songs from countries such as Iran and Morocco.

Listen to our Top 10 Summer Psychedelic tracks here.

The band formed in Brighton in 2010, based around singer/guitarist Tom Dougall, second guitarist Dominic O’Dair and Maxim Barron on bass and vocals, all previously with the ill-fated Joe Lean & The Jing Jang Jong. They soon signed to Heavenly Records, and have toured with the likes of The Horrors and The Vaccines.

Spanish keyboard player Alejandra Diez left a year ago, being replaced by Max Oscarnold of The Proper Ornaments, with the band’s line-up completed by drummer Charlie Salvidge.

They have twice wowed local audiences when playing Sound City, most recently in the grand surroundings of the Anglican Cathedral in 2013, before returning to East Village Arts Club in March 2014. This time around, they play The Magnet on Thursday November 24.


Win yourself and a mate tickets to see TOY play The Magnet on November 24 plus a signed vinyl and t-shirt thrown in for good measure! Simply ‘Like’ the Getintothis Facebook page, share this post and tag the person you’d take with you, more details here. Good luck.


The UK dates in full are:

November 18: The Exchange, Bristol

November 19: The Haunt, Brighton

November 20: Engine Room, Southampton

November 22: Rainbow Rooms, Birmingham

November 23: King Tut’s, Glasgow

November 24: The Magnet, Liverpool

November 25: Riverside, Newcastle

November 26: Wardrobe, Leeds

November 28: Rock City Basement, Nottingham

November 29: Waterfront, Norwich

November 30: Brixton Electric, London




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