Plugged w/ The RPMs + Kings & Bears

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Plugged w/ The RPMs + Kings & Bears

Thursday, May 3, 2018

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

Live sets from: The RPMs, Kings & Bears, Duke Of Wolves and The Suspicious Pigeons

► The RPMs

Described by the BBC as a 'spookily young Brighton trio with killer melodies and an Arctic Monkeys rasp’ prepare to welcome to your record collection: THE RPMs.

Having only been together a few years, The RPMs have made short work of grabbing people's attention. Making waves on Huw Stephen’s BBC Introducing and John Kennedy’s Shock of the New on Radio X, tipped by 6 Music taste-makers Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson, taking up invitations to Glastonbury Festival two years in a row, plus scoring ‘track of the day’ features in the likes of Clash, Giglutz, Record Of The Day and more - make no mistake this band are on a roll.

Energetic indie-rocking, with some catchy pop rhythms sprinkled in - Louder Than War

► Kings & Bears

Local favourites Kings & Bears are set to co-headline this show - a power trio that draw inspiration from rock, soul, funk and reggae.

► Duke Of Wolves

Duke of Wolves are a London based 4 piece band who are stamping their own melodic take on alternative rock music.
Formed in January 2016 the band have played up and down the UK at gigs and festivals including The Big Top Stage at The Isle Of Wight Festival, released singles, and are building their Wolfpack at every single show.

Radio plays across, BBC introducing (including the Radio 6 Mixtape), Planet Rock and Amazing Radio (Playlisted by Charlie Ashcroft). Online blogs include Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net as a fresh fave.

► The Suspicious Pigeons

The Suspicious Pigeons are an indie/classic rock influenced band. Formed in late 2013, the four piece have been creating and performing music in and around Lincolnshire ever since with a passion to create dynamic music that is reminiscent of their influences (which include: the Arctic Monkeys, Rolling Stones, The Jam and Oasis) whilst simultaneously taking them in a new direction. Hailed as one to watch by BBC Introducing, we can't wait to see what's in store!
14 years and over
£4 advance // £5 on the door

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