Lazy Sunday Afternoon returns for it’s second year!
Following the beautiful vibes, glorious sun and killer line up of last summer's Lazy Sunday Afternoon, the curators — Bradford’s Glass Mountain have upped the ante with another superb and eclectic line up. Featuring; Talkboy, LELO, RADIDAS, Dream English Kid and The Howl & The Hum with special guests to be announced!
As well as a brilliant array of bands and artists, you can expect special guests, vast quantities of home-cooked curry and a nice break in the middle of the program to allow you and your friends to soak up the sun, drink beer and grab some food while you enjoy a perfect Lazy Sunday Afternoon!
‘Talkboy can only be described as an amalgamation of everything new music today should be, and more.’ — Girls That Gig
‘Textured, genre-blending art.’ — Bitter Sweet Symphonies
Leeds based six piece Talkboy combine their noisy yet playful indie rock with captivating melodies and vocal harmonies, recalling the likes of The Lemon Twigs, Arcade Fire and Alvvays. The bands’ first single is set for release at the end of June.
20 year old multi-instrumentalist singer / songwriter from Leeds. A beautiful blend of atmospheric electronica, infectious guitar hooks and hypnotic drum beats. This is where dream pop meets melancholy.
A Brighton based electronic two piece who fuse contemporary dance music with underground psychedelia to create their unique and fresh sound.
Dream English Kid
Dream English Kid are a four piece from the North West of England. Their ethereal sound and understated presence create an atmosphere of dreamlike euphoria, reminiscent of acts such as Ulrika Spacek, Beach House and Warpaint.
The Howl & The Hum
The Howl & The Hum are a miserable disco who write Bond themes for films where Jimmy is still hung up on that girl. They combine dark hypnotic pop with post-punk influences, pierced with lyrics that make you call your mum the next morning.
Firmly in the cinematic alt-rock category, Bradford quartet Glass Mountain make sky-high, life-affirming guitar music that empowers and devastates in equal measure, with a heart-wrenching balance of aggression and delicacy. Their arrangements are complex; their lyrics confessional and poetic; they’re artistic without being inaccessible and they’re one of the most promising and accomplished acts in recent memory.
Plus VERY SPECIAL GUESTS to be announced soon!
£9 on the door
Tickets on sale now:
Also available from Jumbo Records and Crash Records
Wharf Chambers is a members' club and you need to be a member, or guest of a member, in order to attend. To join, please visit wharfchambers.org/membership
. Membership costs £1 and requires a minimum of 48 hours to take effect.
Please note Wharf Chambers operates a safer spaces policy, more info can be found here: http://wharfchambers.org/the-club/safer-spaces/