Spielbergs returning to UK in September for headline tour

Scandinavian indie band Spielbergs released one of the best albums of 2018 with their full length debut ‘This Is Not The End’.  An album drenched in 90s influences, its retro charm is deserving of a wider audience.  [Read a full review here].

In September, they return to UK shores for their own headline tour.  All of the confirmed dates – along with other details – can be found in the press release below.

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Watch the new video from Cathedral Bells

In the first quarter of 2019, shoegazers Cathedral Bells released their self-titled debut EP.  Shamelessly retro, its six tracks mined the 90s for inspiration and delivered a listen that was almost guaranteed to please lovers of bands from the 4AD label.

To further promote that enjoyable EP, the band have now shared a fuzzy, low-budget video for one of its more commercial tracks, ‘Cemetery Surf’.

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NORMCORE – Six Pack EP

On their second EP ‘Six Pack’, self-confessed “slacker rock” Parisians Normcore are here to remind you of the Reading Festival mud-bath of 1992 and the long, hot summer of 1995. On a spirited homage to various distorted indie rock heroes from decades past, its six songs recycle the best bits of early Weezer, Dinosaur Jr., Superchunk and Pavement with a loving charm, but a heavy French accent throughout gives this distortion-loving quartet a slightly different slant on an overly familiar sound.

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BEST BOYS ELECTRIC – Brett Pop Affairs EP

It’s not immediately clear what (or, indeed, whom) “Brett Pop” is, but it’s obviously really important to this group of musicians from Bremen. Immersing themselves in a retro, cartoonish world, Best Boys Electric are out for fun. Sure, music can be deep and cerebral, but that’s not so much a focus here, as these guys set out to stoke up good times throughout this EP.

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