At Saturday 14th November 2015 Brideshead will play at the Dufflecoat Records All Dayer,
together with a couple of other great Bands!
The All Dayer will take place at the Sebright Arms
, 31-35 Coate Street, London, E2 9AG.
Tickets are :
All Day £8 in advance or £10 on the door
Evening £6 in advance or £8 on the door
This all dayer will be split into two parts!
From 2 pm – 5pm there will be some Acoustic Sets by:
Andreas and Amanda will playing a lofi/acoustic set! the mini album “When You Need Me The Most” is out soon on Elefant/Luxury Records.
“You get girl/ boy vocals over some jangly Marr-esque style guitars… Think of bands like Los Campesinos and Allo Darlin’ and you’re not a million miles away from what you’re getting here.” Norman Records
Franklin’s Kite is Marc Elston from The Liberty Ship/Bulldozer Crash. A mighty fine EP, Hurdles and Rewards, was released on Little Treasures earlier this year.
Franklin’s Kite at Little Treasures
Bruno is the front man from the Tomatometers. Bruno first established The Tomatometers as a one man band in London in 2006.They have sinced blossomed into a full band now based in Toulouse, France.
The band say” we meet every Wednesday in a basement, we’re having fun… That’s maybe what pop is all about !” Erm yep!
Charlie Darling – Les Bicyclettes de Belsize
“It’s only pop music, don’t be scared, it’s fun, it won’t hurt!”
Inspired by the film starring Anthony May and Judy Huxtable (with music by the legendary Les Reed), ‘Les Bicyclettes de Belsize’ is the bedsit project fronted by Charlie Darling (formerly with indie popsters ‘Paisley & Charlie’ and ‘Detox Cute and the Beauty Junkies’.
Evening 7.30 – 11pm
“Zipper is a band from Madrid who loves the c-86 sound. Beautiful twee-pop songs with a little bit of punk, sang both in English or Spanish…………………
So, we’re Zipper and this is pop!”
“…..this is the sound 4AD would have made if they were an indiepop label” Sounds XP
Formed in 1988, The Haywains played three-chord jangly punk-pop with bittersweet lyrics and a distinctive dual boy/girl vocal delivery. Part of the do-it-yourself ‘indiepop’ underground and fanzine culture that thrived around Bristol in the late 80’s, the band’s refreshing fun approach was characterised by singer Jeremy Hunt’s jovial on-stage banter and minimal no-frills charm.
“Brideshead embody everything that is perfect about pop. There just hasn’t been a band this good in so long – they’re easily the best jangle guitar-pop band from the last ten years. Take the best parts of Orange Juice, Brilliant Corners, the Bodines; add a bit of Eggstone – Brideshead are better than that. ” – Indiepages
“Light and airy pop that would fit neatly into the Sarah Records cannon… Really gorgeous lush jangle pop that’s sure to be on my top whatever of the year list.” – Shredding Paper
plus Culture Bunker DJ’s playing the best from post punk onwards throughout the day