International Teachers of Pop

Friday 26 October 2018

7:30 pm : Main stage / Standing

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After two successful years of sell-out tours, a critically acclaimed album, and incendiary festival appearances, The Moonlandingz founders Adrian Flanagan and Dean Honer have teamed up with Leonore Wheatley, lead singer of Nottingham’s own The Soundcarriers, for an exciting new ‘nerd disco’ project called International Teachers of Pop.

The supergroup’s debut single Age of the Train has just hit the radio and is already picking up traction with BBC 6 Music, with support so far from Radcliffe and Maconie, Marc Riley and Gideon Coe.

Their appearance at Metronome will be part of ITOP’s first ever UK Tour, and you can expect to hear songs “catchier than a cold” that’ll keep you dancing all night.

Hear next year’s syllabus in outsider-pop today.

“Demented parallel universe popstars.”– The Quietus

“A mesh of bedroom dance moves and infectious pop melodies.”– The Guardian

+ support from TVAM

+ Drowned in Sound DJs

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International Teachers of Pop

After two successful years of sell-out tours, a critically acclaimed album, and incendiary festival appearances, The Moonlandingz founders Adrian Flanagan and Dean Honer have teamed up with Leonore Wheatley, lead singer of Nottingham’s own The Soundcarriers, for an exciting new ‘nerd disco’ project called International Teachers of Pop.

The supergroup’s debut single Age of the Train has just hit the radio and is already picking up traction with BBC 6 Music, with support so far from Radcliffe and Maconie, Marc Riley and Gideon Coe.

Their appearance at Metronome will be part of ITOP’s first ever UK Tour, and you can expect to hear songs “catchier than a cold” that’ll keep you dancing all night.

Hear next year’s syllabus in outsider-pop today.

“Demented parallel universe popstars.”– The Quietus

“A mesh of bedroom dance moves and infectious pop melodies.”– The Guardian

+ support from TVAM

+ Drowned in Sound DJs

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