5 a day? Who needs fruit and veg when you can feast your eyes and ears on This Feeling’s ‘Five A Week’. Highlighting all the latest This Feeling news, here’s where you’ll find what you need to be listening to and where you need to be this week. We kick off with the next episode of Red Stripe’s – This Feeling TV.
1.THIS FEELING TV
This Thursday sees the return of Tom Grennan to Red Stripe’s – This Feeling TV. Performing acoustically back in the first ever show, Tom will be returning with his full band.
After recently popping up on Bugzy Malone’s new album, the singer/songwriter has worked tirelessly over the past year touring and preparing his debut album Lighting Matches which is released on the 6th of July. He joins a loaded bill consisting of Miles Kane, Laura Whitmore, Sophie and The Giants, The Surrenders and more. Sadly, the events sold out but we do have a pair of tickets up for grabs for the show which takes place at the Monarch in Camden, this coming Thursday. To be in with a chance of winning the pair of tickets, simply answer this question correctly…
What was Tom Grennan’s debut EP called?
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Winner to be notified by email Wednesday at 6pm.
2.ISLE OF WIGHT 10 BANDS TO WATCH OUT FOR
Spreading positivity for the resurgence of guitar music and exposing exhilarating new talent, this Thursday also sees the return of the This Feeling tent to a very special 50th anniversary Isle of Wight Festival with Pirate Studios and Pretty Green. They collectively told us us their unmissable bands from the line up including Pretty Green picks Vida, Sugarthief and Mint and Pirate Studio picks Sophie and The Giants, Hey Charlie, Thyla, Red Rum Club, Yves, Alex Ohm, The Seamonsters and Jordan Allen. Check them out in our playlist below and if your heading over to the island make sure you drop in to watch some of the most exhilarating music of the weekend.
3. KYLE FALCONER NEW SINGLE ‘FAMILY TREE’ AND THIS FEELING TOUR DATES
Founder member and frontman of The View, Kyle Falconer, releases his debut solo album ‘No Thank You‘ on the 27th of July on Riverman Records. An accumulation of raw and brutally honest songs, the album sees Falconer exploring a tumultuous time in his life. After a period of time in rehab in Thailand, the album explores the period from then to now, where Kyle is home and loving his life as a father. Following on from single ‘Poor Me‘ Kyle released new single ‘Family Tree‘ to coincide with Fathers Day.
Kyle is set to play Glasgow’s TRNSMT Festival on June 20th on a bill headed by Liam Gallagher (see full tour dates below).
Kyle Falconer UK Tour dates are:
30th June – Glasgow, TRSMT Festival
18th July – London, The Social
2nd August – Dundee, Church
3rd August – Aberdeen, Tunnels
4th August – Rosyth, Filets
18th August – Falkirk, The Warehouse
24th August – Inverness, Ironworks
25th August – Fraserburgh, Leisure Centre
6th September – Stoke, The Underground
7th September – Liverpool, EBGB’S
8th September – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
13th September – Manchester, Day & Night
15th September – Sheffield, The Plug 2
20thSeptember – Belfast, Foundry
21stSeptember – Dublin, The Bowery
TICKETS AT: https://www.seetickets.com/tour/this-feeling
4. GOING TO LIAM GALLAGHER AT FINSBURY PARK?
This Friday Rock ‘n’ Roll icon Liam Gallagher will be bringing his highly anticipated band to Finsbury Park, London. One of the most recognised figures in British music, his show will be an attitude filled performance fuelled with tracks from his acclaimed debut solo No.1 album ‘As You Were’.
He’ll be joined by dream-pop grunge rockers Wolf Alice, one of the most exciting bands of 2018 Dream Wife, Manchester’s Twisted Wheel, Australian rockers DMA’s, This Feeling favourites Trampolene, Belako and Hey Charlie.
Don’t miss the massive This Feeling after zone at Nambucca on June 29. Playing Oasis, LG, NG, Kasabian & DMA’s 11pm till 5am. All details on the This Feeling event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/222111641879141/ .
5. HELLO OPERATOR ANNOUNCE THIS FEELING TOUR
Hello Operator have a solid reputation for their roaring guitar shows and euphoric, soaring choruses. Described by Mikey Jonns as “One of the best new bands on the planet” the band have just announced a four date headline tour with This Feeling:
Friday 6th July, Liverpool
Saturday 7th July, Fulford Arms
Saturday 21st July, Manchester, Jimmys
Thursday 26th July, London, Monarch
TICKETS AT: www.this feeling.co.uk
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Till next week…