We Were Promised Jetpacks Arts Club date, Feeder to play Phase One and a new video from Only Sun

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We Were Promised Jetpacks (Credit: Harvest Sun Facebook)

Life and (Sandy) Alex G have also penned Liverpool dates this week, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley has the news.

We Were Promised Jetpacks will come to Arts Club later this year, courtesy of Harvest Sun Promotions.

The Scottish indie outfit released their debut album These Four Walls in 2009 and their fourth and later The More I Sleep The Less I Dream last year.

They have rose to mid-career challenges and are currently in the US, having sold out in Chicago at the weekend.

Expect similar when they come to Liverpool on Friday, October 18.

Feeder will play a special in-store performance and signing at Phase One next month.

The Welsh band have notched up nine albums as well as consecutive top 10 records with 2016’s All Bright Electric and their best of compilation the following year.

They are now preparing to release album number 10, Tallulah, and will be heading out on tour for eight in store dates. They’ll come to Phase One on Monday, August 12.

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2020 dates continue to be penned in as (SANDY) Alex G comes to Liverpool in the new year.

The US artist has released eight albums in just nine years, some of those being self-released, with his bedroom pop DIY style capturing the imagination of fans globally.

He will play Phase One on Friday, February 7.

Life

Life will return to Liverpool later this year following their impressive set at Sound City in May.

The angry, politcally-driven Hull band will play Phase One on Thursday, October 24.

Only Sun have dropped a brand new video for their latest single It’ll Be Alright.

The summer anthem is full of calypso rythms and balmy indie pop goodness, and follows the confirmation of a recent tour for Autumn 2019.

The tour includes dates in London, Birmingham and Newcastle as well as a gig at Liverpool’s Sound on Saturday, November 2.

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