November: 5 Hot Shows to See

By November 2, 2017 Live, Music, Tour

  1. Leif Vollebekk

Saturday 18th November, The Hope and Ruin, Brighton (See Tickets)

Canadian artist Leif is over in Europe playing a bunch of shows to promote his latest album ‘Twin Solitude’, which is out now on Secret City Records. The Brighton date is followed up by dates in Bristol, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. A full list of date and ticket links are available here.

  1. Blue Hawaii

Sunday 19th November, The Joker, Brighton (See Tickets)

Blue Hawaii is Raphaelle from Braids and Alex ‘Agor’ Kerby, and together they make sweet electronic jams, and they’ll be sure to bring the party vibes to Joker. They also play at London’s Pickle Factory (Tickets Here) on 21st November.

3. Sons of Raphael  & Whenyoung

Friday 24th November, The Finsbury, London (See Tickets)

Both bands have recently released their debut singles, and this promises to be a great chance to catch both bands in an intimate venue before they go on to headline much bigger stages.

  1. Metz

Saturday 25th November, The Haunt, Brighton (See Tickets)

Brighton is the last stop on the European tour of Sub Pop signed hard rockers, as well as shows in London , Bristol and Leeds in the week before, all in support of their latest album ‘Strange Peace’.

  1. White Room

Monday 27th November, The Hope and Ruin, Brighton (See Tickets)

Tuesday 28th November, Shacklewell Arms, London (See Tickets)

The Paul Weller approved five-piece have released music on the ever-reliable tastemakers Deltasonic Records, and they hit the road to celebrate the release of new EP ‘Eight’, with dates in Leeds, Brighton, London, Birmingham, Liverpool, and Manchester. Ticket links available here