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Published on 24 March 2020
Event date: 14/12/2020 19:30 Export event
**POSTPONED TO 18 SEPTEMBER 2021**
Original tickets remain valid.
From the Fields presents: Lady Bird
Formed in the archetypal english town of Tunbridge Wells, Lady Bird’s shared desire to spread lofty ideas has led to them creating some of the most exciting music to come out of anywhere in the country.
While Punk can sometimes be seen as a reductive term, Lady Bird hark back to its deeper meaning, exemplifying an attitude of rebellion, freedom and bold ideas. Lady Bird’s sound manages to be both literary and ultra-aggressive. Joe and Alex lay down a frame work of stripped back rock, heavy and pulverising, but never losing its sense of melody. Over this Don plays the role of narrator, spinning suburban yarns as metaphors for the trials of 21st century life and the desire for personal and spiritual growth. His distinctively English tones are reminiscent of Mike Skinner -telling tales of a Kentish Wetherspoons rather than London clubs -all the while a stripped down Black Flag thrashing away behind.
The boys’ shared musical influences range from The Blockheads to Thelonius Monk. Their sound is also buoyed by a deeper philosophical bent, something Joe puts down to their closeness as a unit. “Since playing together we’ve become central pillars in each other’s lives and because of that there’s all sorts of deeper discussions and musings that take place which influence what the creative output is.
The band are crafting their debut album which they cannot wait to unleash on the world. A series of single tracks will be released during the first half of 2020 to proceed a tour in May 2020 and festival bookings are already in place across the UK and Europe.So there you have it. Lady Bird are a band from a small town with big ideas, determined to change the world and also make some fucking noise in the process.
Tickets are £9 and are available online and via OFS
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CANCELLED: Emma Hunt
Come and see Emma Hunt’s new Solo Exhibition at The Old Fire Station, Carlisle, a rising star in the county.
Her works will be available to view from 30th November to 6th December 2020 in the Parquet room.
Opening hours are Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 12pm to 4pm.
(30/11/2020 10:00 - 06/12/2020 17:00)
CANCELLED: Blues Jam
Don't miss the next installment of the Blues Jam with house band Redfish.
Tickets are £7 and are available from Mcgrews and on the door.
POSTPONED: Lady Bird