The record label home to The 1975 and Wolf Alice brings its tour to Liverpool, as SPINN release an acoustic EP, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley with the news this week.
They played Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival last weekend, and will play 9 dates in March next year.
They return to Liverpool at Arts Club on Saturday, March 7.
South London based House Gospel Choir will come to Liverpool next month.
A choir with a difference, it was was founded by creative producer and vocalist Natalie Maddix five years ago, and is now signed to Island Records.
They merge a traditional gospel choir with the high energy of house, garage and more – and have in the past covered artists such as Kanye West to Crystal Waters, Shaun Escoffery and everything in-between.
The choir aims to uplift wellbeing through singing, and has grown to over 150 members of all backgrounds, religious or not.
They’ll come to 24 Kitchen Street on Friday, November 8.
Elsewhere in gigs this week, Fickle Friends will come to Liverpool’s Phase One in December.
The Brighton indie pop outfit are coming out on tour for some intimate dates ahead of the release of their second album.
They’ve promised old songs when they head to Birmingham, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Bath, Southampton and London as well as coming to Liverpool on Thursday, December 5.
The tour will span November and December this year, and will feature Phillipine born and London raised, Beabadoobee, 22-year old producer No Rome and 18-year old Londoner Oscar Lang.
It’ll come to Liverpool’s Arts Club on Tuesday, December 12.
Jack Lukeman will play Liverpool’s British Music Experience tomorrow night at part of the ongoing Liverpool Irish Festival.
The Irish singer songwriter will play as part of the Liverpool Irish Festival on Friday, October 18.
Riding out of 2019 on a high, Liverpool’s SPINN have shared their new Acoustic EP ahead of their biggest UK and Ireland shows to date.
The tour, of course, includes a hometown headline show at Liverpool’s O2 Academy on Friday, December 6.