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Date Night 2019 // In Support Of Music Minds Matter

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The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

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                Date Night 2019 // In Support Of Music Minds Matter at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

DATE NIGHT 2019 is an exclusive night of live music in support of Music Minds Matter.

THE NEW NOSTALGIA

The reflective and aggressive sound of The New Nostalgia was born on the streets of Amsterdam when four old university friends tried to comprehend the existential haze of their mid-twenties.

Stained with echoes of Foals and Gang Of Youths, established Yorkshire songwriter Patrick McCallion, along with James Sands, Sam Bramhall and Charles Adey are storming into 2019, bringing their explosive new live show to smoke filled rooms across Europe.With haunting lyrics that will get under your skin, The New Nostalgia are questioning what it means to be young at heart in a Post-Brexit world.

Modra Luna

Born and bred in London after a chance encounter and a shared pint at a local haunt, Modra Luna are a rarity. The kind of band you only discover once in every Blue Moon. With every Lunar Phase comes a style and influence. The first quarter bringing in the element of grunge and raw, heavy rhythms. The full moon, bringing in new wave and post-punk attitudes giving them funked-up bass lines and a seductive synthy edge. The last quarter has an alternative twist keeping even themselves guessing what’s coming next. A new moon brings psychedelic rock and abstract ideas explored through hypnotic hooks and crooning tones. All of these phases combine to create a tapestry of modern, fresh and unique indie charm. Currently circuiting around London witness a blue moon rising.

The 295

Producing a rough and ready rock and roll sound, The 295 are a new budding band, formed in the depths of South West London. Featuring Howard Gray, Ryan Bulbeck and Luke Allen.

More bands TBC soon.

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website

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