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I was due to see these in 2020 before everything was cancelled, so pleased to see the gig was rearranged for 2021.
Tickets are £10 plus relevant booking fees from: http://leadmill.co.uk/event/the-lottery-winners/
A brief bit of info on the band is here and their music is widely available on all the usual streaming services.
The Lottery Winners is a British indie pop band from Leigh, Greater Manchester, England. The band was formed in 2008 by Thom Rylance (vocals/guitar), Robert Lally (guitar/vocals), Katie Lloyd (bass/vocals), and Joe Singleton (drums).
Restrictions allowing, I'd hope if there's a few of us we could meet up for a drink or two before heading to The Leadmill for the gig.
Black Foxxes are one of my favourite bands of the last few years and their second album is one of my most listened to albums of recent years, so I was so pleased to see them announcing a Sheffield date on their Autumn tour.
Tickets are available via the usual websites (Ticketmaster, See Tickets etc) and priced at around £12.50.
A bit of info about the band:
Black Foxxes are an English indie rock band from Exeter, England. Formed in 2013, the band released a first EP, Pines, in 2014, before signing with Spinefarm Records/Search And Destroy Records the following year. In 2016 they released their debut album I’m Not Well, followed by Reiði in 2018.
Their sound has been described as "a mix of '90s grunge and indie rock with early-2000s emo and alt-country elements."
In 2017, Black Foxxes received two nominations at Heavy Music Awards, one for Best Breakthrough Band and one for Best Album Artwork with I’m Not Well.
Restrictions allowing, I'd hope if there's a few of us we could meet up for a drink or two before heading to the venue for the gig.
I've been a fan of Maximo Park since their first album, so I couldn't miss the chance to see them playing at The Leadmill in October (rearranged from June). Their music is well worth checking out, most notably the first two albums.
Tickets are around £25.00 and available from the link below:
If anyone's interested, we can go for a beer beforehand!
Nottingham band Do Nothing play at Record Junkee in October. I've seen them a couple of times before and enjoyed them, so as tickets are cheap I bought a ticket for this one.
A nice little article about the band here for more info:
Tickets are £11 from the site below and other ticket verdors:
Restrictions allowing, I'd hope if there's a few of us we could meet up for a drink or two before heading to Record Junkee for the gig.