The three-piece from Kent dive into the realm of self-proclaimed ‘melancholic alt-pop’, derived from influences such as Joy Division and The Smiths and resonating the sound of contemporaries like Ben Howard, Foals, The Maccabees and White Lies. Although their influences are clearly defined, it’s evident GLASS PEAKS are determined to stamp their own mark on the scene. As the band become increasingly revered for their powerful live show, it’s easy to hear and see why so many people are already captivated by their sound.

"Glass Peaks make huge, catchy, riffy tunes" - Abbie McCarthy (BBC Radio 1)

► The Tin Pigeons
https://www.facebook.com/thetinpigeons/

An indie-folk band from the East-Midlands, The Tin Pigeons have developed a unique and exciting brand of pop music, combining folk lyricism, funky grooves and shimmering vocal harmonies to form an irresistibly fresh sound.

Festival season saw the pigeons play up and down the country, including sets at Secret Garden Party, Boardmasters, Lost Village, Barn On The Farm and Reading & Leeds Festivals. Not to mention their most recent single "Sparks" was also made BBC Introducing track of the week on BBC Radio 1!

► The Decomposers
https://www.facebook.com/thedecomposers/

One of the most exciting new bands from Lincoln, Indie-punk outfit The Decomposers formed in mid-2015, and spent a year in hiding, writing and recording before releasing music videos followed by their debut EP, "Born out of Silence" in the spring of 2016.
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Plugged w/ New York Tourists, Glass Peaks & more

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Plugged w/ New York Tourists, Glass Peaks & more

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Plugged, curated by BBC Introducing in Lincolnshire, is a monthly live event featuring the hottest new bands from across the UK.

It's been a year since we launched, bringing the hottest new bands from across the UK to the city of Lincoln, alongside the best local talent! So we're throwing our 1st birthday party with some amazing acts on the line-up...

Live sets from: NEW YORK TOURISTS, GLASS PEAKS, The Tin Pigeons & The Decomposers
DJ Set from Redders

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► New York Tourists
https://www.facebook.com/newyorktourists/

Described as Queens of The Stone Age meets Foals, New York Tourists are an alternative band who instantly leave a stamp on your chest.

With their debut EP receiving rave reviews and being listed on BBC Introducing's top 10 tracks of 2013, New York Tourists then stepped up to the plate over the past few years sharing the stage with the likes of The Subways, The View, We Are Scientists, The Cribs and their biggest gig to date in front of 12,000 people as main support to the legends that are the mighty Status Quo.

► Glass Peaks
https://www.facebook.com/glasspeaksband/

Having been founded just over a year ago, GLASS PEAKS are quickly earning themselves a reputation as one of the South East’s hottest new talents. Described as a band "DIY-ing themselves to the mainstream" (Metro), whilst garnering continuing support from Radio 1, Absolute Radio, 6Music, BBC Introducing, Radio X & many more.

The three-piece from Kent dive into the realm of self-proclaimed ‘melancholic alt-pop’, derived from influences such as Joy Division and The Smiths and resonating the sound of contemporaries like Ben Howard, Foals, The Maccabees and White Lies. Although their influences are clearly defined, it’s evident GLASS PEAKS are determined to stamp their own mark on the scene. As the band become increasingly revered for their powerful live show, it’s easy to hear and see why so many people are already captivated by their sound.

"Glass Peaks make huge, catchy, riffy tunes" - Abbie McCarthy (BBC Radio 1)

► The Tin Pigeons
https://www.facebook.com/thetinpigeons/

An indie-folk band from the East-Midlands, The Tin Pigeons have developed a unique and exciting brand of pop music, combining folk lyricism, funky grooves and shimmering vocal harmonies to form an irresistibly fresh sound.

Festival season saw the pigeons play up and down the country, including sets at Secret Garden Party, Boardmasters, Lost Village, Barn On The Farm and Reading & Leeds Festivals. Not to mention their most recent single "Sparks" was also made BBC Introducing track of the week on BBC Radio 1!

► The Decomposers
https://www.facebook.com/thedecomposers/

One of the most exciting new bands from Lincoln, Indie-punk outfit The Decomposers formed in mid-2015, and spent a year in hiding, writing and recording before releasing music videos followed by their debut EP, "Born out of Silence" in the spring of 2016.
Time
7pm
Entry
14 years and over
Price
£4 advance // £5 on the door
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