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Just now, Ayrshire Chris said:

You’ll love it, they were tremendous in Glasgow recently. 

I’ve wanted to see them ever since they’ve returned. Was going to wait for Glastonbury, but given how the lineup seems to be shaping up I simply can’t take the risk on them not clashing with someone else.

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31 minutes ago, Hugh Jass said:

I’ve wanted to see them ever since they’ve returned. Was going to wait for Glastonbury, but given how the lineup seems to be shaping up I simply can’t take the risk on them not clashing with someone else.

That’s what I’m worrying about. Only saw them once, supporting Oasis at Wembley Arena in ‘97. 

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1 hour ago, Hugh Jass said:

I’ve wanted to see them ever since they’ve returned. Was going to wait for Glastonbury, but given how the lineup seems to be shaping up I simply can’t take the risk on them not clashing with someone else.

Made the trip down to the pilton party in September to see them and wolf Alice. Was a bit special to see them on the Farm with the added bonus of the clanging long drops! 

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Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real have announced UK dates in June. Saw them at Glasto and might grab a ticket if it's a decent price. There's also a Glasto gap - either Saturday or Sunday. 

 Fri, JUN 19 - SWX, Bristol

Sat, JUN 20 - Academy 2, Manchester

Sun, JUN 21 - Eridge Park, Tunbridge Wells

Mon, JUN 22 - O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Wed, JUN 24 - City Halls & Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

Thu, JUN 25 - Limelight, Belfast

Fri, JUN 26 - The Academy, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin

Tickets on sale Friday 6th March
 

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21 hours ago, henry bear said:

De La Soul touring UK in May

 

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Bristol o2 Academy is extremely tempting. I saw them back in 2010 supporting Gorillaz and they were fantastic. I'd happily see them again, although not Gorillaz after their atrocious Lollapalooza (Paris) set.

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9 minutes ago, Hugh Jass said:

So would, you know, the internet...

Chances are it's someone for their annual Hyde Park event.

But being on Radio 2, it's likely to be an older band, and therefore have an older fanbase. Older people are more likely to just get music news from the Radio; they don't tend to wake up and think "oh, I'll go online and see what's happening in the music industry, I wonder what the folks on efests are talking about"

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Just now, Gilgamesh69 said:

But being on Radio 2, it's likely to be an older band, and therefore have an older fanbase. Older people are more likely to just get music news from the Radio; they don't tend to wake up and think "oh, I'll go online and see what's happening in the music industry, I wonder what the folks on efests are talking about"

If Led Zeppelin are reforming they won’t need to announce it on Zoe Ball’s show.

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