A young lady who is a keen actor and dancer, with a particular passion for ballet having had lessons since she was three, and likes nothing more than long walks with her three year old labrador, meeting up with friends, or having a cosy evening inside watching a film with her family. On the face of it, that could the description of any normal 18 year old, but Grace Bland is not your normal young adult.
Whilst it can become encompassing to divulge into debate about the sound of Mauvey’s music or dissecting the approach he has to the release of it, energy would be better spent listening to the message cascaded through each and every single or extended play, both lyrically and in mood.
Gengahr have announced that they shall be heading back out on the road again later this year to visit towns and cities they weren’t able to reach in February.
The show in Bournemouth at the O2 Academy was the third night, following shows in Birmingham and Southampton, but unfortunately could be the last for a little while, as the 32-year old left the stage just after halfway through his set to retire after starting to lose his voice.
Having already sold out his May headline tour, Paul Weller will be heading back on the road in the autumn to play 19 further dates in October and November.
The set of a dozen tracks once again confirmed to me that Lauran Hibberd is only at the start of her journey within the industry. She has bags of personality, an incredible ear for riffs and melody, and an all too rare ability to write catchy, relatable lyrics that can resonate with people of all ages and from all walks of life.
“ It is absolutely no wonder why the people of Glasgow have been flooding to venues within the city to catch a glimpse of Spyres.”
The rocking Glaswegian trio that is Twin Atlantic will be embarking on a 13-date UK headline tour in March, playing…
“We’re confident, carefree really about it. I love it so much and I enjoyed making it so much that I don’t really care if people like it, in a good way. I have no anxiety or nerves about it. Even if people hate it.”
Having already played up and down the country in the likes of Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London, the eighth date of the tour brought Lauran and her band to south coast in order to grace the stage at the Concorde 2 on Brighton’s seafront.