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Foals at This Is Tomorrow

May 24, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0

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The anthemic Foals return to Newcastle this summer to headline the Saturday of ‘This Is Tomorrow 2019’ at Exhibition Park!

“At this point, Foals have mastered an arena-funk hybrid that others have only touched on.” – Pitchfork

With Special Guests
You Me At Six: https://facebook.com/youmeatsix
“Their latest album, VI, is something that both fans new and old need to hear. It’s a perfect example of how good bands grow up with their fans, and they’ve certainly done a cracking job of it.” – Indie is not a genre

Recommended track: “Back Again”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2BEs19W
Nothing But Thieves: https://facebook.com/NothingButThieves/
“At this rate, they might need to look for other planets to conquer.” – The Guardian

Recommended track: “Forever & Ever More”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2SHmiLm
Anteros: https://facebook.com/anterosofficial/
“They don’t make ‘em like Anteros anymore. Throughout their career, the gang have always felt like a band that exists outside of time and space.” – NME

Recommended track: “Drive On”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2HvJWTX
Bad Sounds: https://facebook.com/RealBadSounds
“It should come as no surprise that sibling duo Bad Sounds are a firm favourite with fans already; their huge, funk-laden anthems are all shamelessly poppy choruses and earworm hooks. Bath-based Ewan and Callum Merrett wear their influences clearly on their sleeves — hello ‘70s, we’re back!” – Clash Music

Recommended track: “Wages”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2IhgLWK
The Pale White: https://facebook.com/ThePaleWhite
“The Pale White is a band that has all the right ingredients to make it on their own merit and be as well known as any of their touring counterparts.” – Fortitude Magazine

Recommended track: “Trapped Nerve”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2SEEiFW
Kawala: https://facebook.com/KawalaOfficial/
“Simon & Garfunkel for the Urban Outfitters generation. Bombay Bicycle Club indie-goodness thrown in with Ben Howard’s BBC Radio 1-friendly folk.” – M Magazine

Recommended track: “Runaway”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2SZZilL
The Old Pink House: https://facebook.com/theoldpinkhousemusic
“Having garnered early support from Spotify UK and with shows supporting art-pop experimentalists Let’s Eat Grandma and fellow up and coming Newcastle band The Pale White, they have quickly become a word-of-mouth band for their high energy live shows and ability to transcend genre.” – Music Glue

Recommended track: “Expectations”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2O1IRVk
Wild Front: https://facebook.com/WildFrontUk/
Wild Front’s sound was born out of Andy, Josh, Jack and Mike being impartial to a bit of indie and 80s rock. What you may not anticipate though, is that their inspirations have much more breadth. Genres ranging from hip hip to folk are thrown into the mix. – Gigs North East

Recommended track: “Make You Feel”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2GPlNrr
Avalanche Party: https:/facebook.com/AvalancheParty/
“The most exciting rock & roll band in the UK right now” – BBC Radio 1

Recommended track: “Million Dollar Man”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2UzD3ou
Callum Pitt: https://facebook.com/callumpittmusic/
“Callum Pitt… harnesses the lilting nature of Americana, producing some intricate guitar licks and roll-off-the-tongue lyrics that converge into a swelling chorus that sweeps you off your feet.” – DIY

Recommended track: “Away From Rousing Parades”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2XVDvQ3
Cold Years: https://facebook.com/coldyearsband/
“…One of the most authentic, promising and thoroughly exciting new bands in Britain right now.” – Kerrang!

Recommended track: “Endless”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2VVpaRF
No Teeth: https://facebook.com/wehavenoteeth/
“No Teeth will certainly intrigue crowds with their unorthodox musical approach, their pummeling guitar breakdowns and ominous vocals.” – NE Volume

Recommended track: “Black Butter”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2TRFqpL
No Teeth: https://facebook.com/picnicbanduk/
“When it comes to the North East music scene, no band stands out as much as Picnic.” – Spotlight Music UK

Recommended track: “Girls Night”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2J6sFmO
Tickets available now from £45 @ http://bit.ly/TT19-FOALS


May 24, 2019
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0


Exhibition Park
Claremont Rd
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7 GB
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