Thank you to LATE NIGHT LINGERIE for hosting an excellent night at Sticky Mikes in Brighton, it lived up to the venues name – we also broke our own private record – playing at 1AM was our latest slot yet…
Next gig – STICKY MIKES (BRIGHTON) 18TH JULY
Our latest local band recommendation:
They rock our socks off!
And here’s LNL facebook page:
What else is there to say? Oh ya FREE ALBUM download for a limited time only on our Bandcamp page
We’re going to have the pleasure of playing Sticky Mike’s Frog bar in June & July this year – firstly as part of Late Night Lingerie (https://www.facebook.com/lnlclubnights) on 27th June, and then as part of Lout’s “Brighton Rocks night on 18th July. Head over to the gigs page for more details! x
Due to the need for everyone to get merry supporting England tomorrow night, the gig at The Argyle Arms has been moved to TONIGHT! Hope to see you there x
Get those diaries out….
FRI 6TH JUNE – Argyle Arms Brighton c/o Red Light Entertainment System
Friday 27TH JUNE – STICKY MIKE’S FROG BAR – BRIGHTON – C/O https://www.facebook.com/lnlclubnights
Big thanks to all the AWESOME children that took their parents out for the day and attended our gig at The Komedia in Brighton, and a big thanks to Hijack/Melting Vinyl for putting us on – good times!
Enjoyed the sounds of No Middle Name too – got to love live music! 🙂
New music video to follow soon…
‘Til next time
Our next show is rather special…
Where? KOMEDIA, BRIGHTON
When? SUNDAY 13TH APRIL
What time? 2PM
AGE RECOMMENDATION? 7 -11 YEAR OLDS WITH AN ADULT (Preferably one that is awesome!)
Why is it so special? BECAUSE IT’S PART OF THE HIJACK FESTIVAL – MEANING THE KIDS ARE TAKING OVER AND ARE READY TO ROCK OUT!
We look forward to sharing our music and dance moves with you!
Laura and Andy x
We had a ‘capital’ gig at The Good Ship in London – thank you to the lovely audience and those who purchased our album afterwards 🙂 (original artwork/amazing tunes, you lucky devils..)
This year is a fun one indeed as we are starting to film a documentary – because the life of an unsigned band is unique/frustrating/full of highs and lows/no manager to tell you what not to say!
Isaac is our very own David Attenborough – you’ll probs see him now at most of our shows photographing/filming – so do ask him about the documentary and be prepared to wonder how the three of us will ever be organised enough to complete a film…You can also be interviewed – and forever captured in our world!
Here’s some photos then – it’s all about the visuals..
Let’s start generating the Oscar buzz now then….
Best Documentary in Brighton 2014..
Friday 21st March 2014
The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, NW6 7JR
Doors 7:30pm £5
Better practice then….