Pond UK Festival appearances

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After the success of their sixth album Man, It Feels Like Space Again, Pond are set to wow fans back home supporting the inimitable Mark Ronson on his tour of Australia – as well as playing the sold out Splendour In The Grass Festival. Following on from last year’s frenetic and explosive live shows, which stunned audiences throughout the UK, Europe, and North America, Aussie psych rockers Pond are now set to tear through Australia with their full-on rock n roll live performance. Pond are also playing UK festivals End Of The Road and Bestival this summer.


Wed 22nd July – Perth, Metro City – get tickets
Fri 24th July – Byron Bay, Splendour in the Grass – get tickets
Tue 28th July – Sydney, Hordern Pavilion – get tickets
Wed 29th July – Melbourne, Margaret Court Arena – get tickets
Fri 4th Sept – End of the Road Festival, UK
Fri 11th Sept – Bestival, UK

If you haven’t heard Man, It Feels Like Space Again already, you can listen to the whole album here.

Shindig! very much await seeing the guys at The End Of The Road.

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The Manchester Psych Fest

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CROCODILES, THE LUCID DREAM, THE SUNDOWNERS, THE BLACK TAMBOURINES take part in the biggest Manchester Psych Fest yet. 

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LIVE: CROCODILES // THE LUCID DREAM // SPECIAL GUESTS // THE SUNDOWNERS // THE BLACK TAMBOURINES // WHITE NOISE SOUNDS // HEY BULLDOG // DEJA VEGA // FREAKOUT HONEY

DJS: ELECTRIC JUG (TILL 3AM) // ONLY JOKING RECORDS // MANCHESTER PSYCH FEST

TICKETS £15

As we rapidly approach the summer, some music just feels right in the sun,  and Manchester Psych Fest will return for the 3rd time Saturday June 13th at the iconic Night & Day Café.

Headlining is San Diego’s Crocodiles who have established themselves over the last 7 years as one of the most energetic live bands out there. They are now 5 albums in, and have recently released their newest LP boys.  

From sunny San Diego to picturesque Carlisle – playing on the night is The Lucid Dream who have just recently released their newest self titled album to critical acclaim and radio play from the likes of Marc Riley at BBC Radio 6. They are at the forefront of the current wave of psychedelic inspired bands, and continue to evolve into a force to be reckoned with.

Notable acts playing on the night are The Sundowners who have just come off a UK tour with Paul Weller, expect to hear lush harmonies, and some of the most well crafted songs out there. As well as this there will be, The Black Tambourines, Hey Bulldog, Deja Vega, White Noise Sound, Freakout Honey and Black Lung.

Lasting for 12 hours, with DJ sets from Only Joking Records, and Electric Jug, Manchester Psych Fest III looks to continue what it has started by showcasing the best in new and established talent both national and international in an intimate setting.

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The Lancashire Hustlers’ ‘Born Bad’ from their forthcoming album ‘What Made Him Run’

We reviewed The Lancashire Hustlers’ wonderful She Was An Opportunist album a couple of years back and are enjoying its follow-up What Made Him Run, which is due on June 29th. Fans of Steely Dan, Pete Atkin, The Kinks and all forms of brainy pop from then and now will adore this 10 track set. Pop music lives!


 

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