Flamingods

Friday 25 October 2019

7:30 pm : Main stage / Standing

14+

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General admission: £10.00

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Doors 7.30pm/ Sleep Eaters 8.15pm-8.45pm/ Flamingods 9.15pm- 10.15pm

“Album of the Week.” The Line of Best Fit

Flamingods (Moshi Moshi records) fuse Western psychedelia, jazz and indie with music from the East. Championed by the Guardian, BBC 6 Music, KEXP and BBC Radio 1 the band create a potent sound of ‘Exotic Psychedelia’.

The new album ‘Levitation’ reached #5 in the Record Store chart and was named Line of Best Fit’s ‘Album of the Week’.  They played Latitude festival this Summer.

Reviews
“Eastern and African flavours sieved through psychedelic prisms of pulsating neon and flickering campfires, think Goat meets Tinariwen at Hawkwind’s BBQ” Glastonbury

 

 

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Flamingods

Doors 7.30pm/ Sleep Eaters 8.15pm-8.45pm/ Flamingods 9.15pm- 10.15pm

“Album of the Week.” The Line of Best Fit

Flamingods (Moshi Moshi records) fuse Western psychedelia, jazz and indie with music from the East. Championed by the Guardian, BBC 6 Music, KEXP and BBC Radio 1 the band create a potent sound of ‘Exotic Psychedelia’.

The new album ‘Levitation’ reached #5 in the Record Store chart and was named Line of Best Fit’s ‘Album of the Week’.  They played Latitude festival this Summer.

Reviews
“Eastern and African flavours sieved through psychedelic prisms of pulsating neon and flickering campfires, think Goat meets Tinariwen at Hawkwind’s BBQ” Glastonbury

 

 

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