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6 Music Celebrates Great British Venues – Steve Lamacq at The Hull Adelphi

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6 Music Celebrates Great British Venues.
Steve Lamacq has a special announcement about a week of programming to tie in to Indie Venue Week.

Really excited to announce that Steve Lamacq will be on tour for Independent Venue Week. His show will come live from a different part of the UK each day –
Monday / Glasgow The Hug & Pint
Tuesday / Hull The Adelphi
Wednesday / Stoke Sugarmill
Thursday / Southampton Joiners
Friday / Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

Steve Lamacq will be at the New Adelphi Club in Hull on Tuesday 26th January night.
Steve will broadcast live from BBC Radio Humberside during the day.

The evening features Eagulls + Life + support. Tickets are £8 advance.


Exclusive show: The Leeds punk band Eagulls will embark on their Ginnels, Alleys, Jitties and Snickets Tour in March 2016 ahead of the release of their 2nd album.

Since releasing their self-titled debut album in March 2014, Eagulls have appeared on both Later… With Jools Holland and The Late Show With David Letterman in the US, sold out shows in Leeds and at London’s Scala and blown away festival crowds at Latitude, Bestival, Field Day, End of the Road, Coachella and Reading/Leeds festivals.

Their 2016 tour is an intimate run of smaller towns and cities as part of a busy year when the band will release their second album on Partisan Records, announce more touring in the UK, Europe and the US and play festivals across the globe.


Fresh from making Radio 1’s best of BBC Introducing list 2015 Hull punks LIFE announce new single Popular Music the follow up to last year’s radio smash GoGoGo which saw the band being spun feverishly on Radio 1 and 6 Music thanks to hand-picked plays by Huw Stephens and Steve Lamacq. With Popular Music the band have made a record that comments on the dirty state of modern populist culture with lyrical satire and pop sensibility. Proud of their working roots and refusing to be bottled the band continue their ‘do it yourself’ journey, which last year saw them play over 50 shows including highlights such as The Great Escape, Leeds and Reading Festival, Swn and Dot 2 Dot as well as supports with Palma Violets, Twin Peaks and Meat Wave, with a UK tour in support of Independent Venue Week in late January. During the tour LIFE will also be running free workshops for young musicians in each city as a way of reaching out, sharing their own experiences and ideas to help encourage creativity. Stuck in an industry dominated by co-writes and privilege LIFE aim to bring something authentic, relevant and refreshing to the party.