DZ Deathrays return to Bristol for a show at The Louisiana with new album ‘Black Rat’.
Darlings of the post-punk scene Throwing Muses will tour the UK this September, stopping by Trinity Centre on the 23rd.
With a sophomore LP on the horizon, voodoo ritualists Goat embark upon a full UK tour this October, with a date at Bristol’s Trinity sure to sell out.
Tune Yards brings a cacophony of colourful outfits, painted faces and a carnival atmosphere to a sweltering sold-out Trinity.
The Polyphonic Spree stop off at Trinity on their current UK tour, dropping the classics as well as a few surprises.
The Polyphonic Spree is so much more than just ‘the band that was on Scrubs one time’. Put simply, they are a phenomenon and must be seen to be believed. Hailing from Dallas, Texas, they’re returning to Bristol for what is set to be a magical night of ‘choral symphonic rock’.
If any band deserves success, it’s Augustines. Although, judging by tonight, it seems like they’re happy enough already. Packed out with dedicated fans, the Trinity Centre swells with huge singalongs and raw emotion.
Now four albums in, Blood Red Shoes claim to have more in common with bands today than they did when they first started out. Tonight this becomes quickly clear as Trinity gets bombed by not only the Brighton duo, but also noise mongers Slaves and DZ Deathrays.
Augustines are three dudes from Brooklyn who write gut-wrenching, goosebump-inducing rock songs with a huge, stadium-ready sound.
With the fervent buzz of hype surrounding her early releases and the mounting media interest in her trademark brand of sultry, hypnotic R&B, Banks has certainly made a distinct impression on the music scene.