april, 2019

24apr7:30 pmEvent OverHONEY MOON + SUPPORTSLending Room Presents...7:30 pm


Event Details

Lending Room
£6 | 16+

Tickets >>> http://bit.ly/HoneyMoonLDS
FFO: Mac DeMarco | Trudy and the Romance | Her’s

Honey Moon
Honey Moon are four boys in the big smoke making jangly croon pop to please your ears and warm your hearts. Fresh from their UK tours with Her’s and FUR, these indie crooners have earned themselves a reputation for bittersweet love songs full of catchy doo-wop choruses and sixties-pop throwbacks as well as live performances that play out with tongues very firmly in cheeks. Signed to Manchester label Heist or Hit, the group have new music on the horizon just before the sunny season strikes…

Party Hardly
“With it’s Parlike-era Blur inspired melodies and Graham Coxon-esque guitar riffs, Party Hardly’s strength comes in the way that they bring this familiarity, but make it sound wholly refreshing and new.” – The Line of Best Fit

“Strung out and dictated by sweet-as-can-be hooks, it’s the sound of youth taking a big next step, with fear, trepidation and excitement battling it out in one beastly dance.” – DIY Magazine

Celestial Green
Leeds based mellow yellow

Van Houten
Van Houten formed in 2017, are a Psychedelic-Pop band whose origins lie in the same vein as Lo-Fi Indie artists such as Ariel Pink, Jay Som and Mac Demarco. Over time, through rigorous experimentation, the band have discovered new ways of capturing and producing their music, taking on more influence from the psychedelic sounds of the sixties and early seventies and have crafted a refined sound that is packed with colorful sonic textures, and dense soundscape which provide an effortless platform for the Pop melodies and catchy hooks. Having released two singles in 2018, Van Houten have now teamed up with Producer Martin Smith (Gomez, Bombay Bicycle Club, Richard Hawley) to take their music to the next level.


(Wednesday) 7:30 pm


£6 (Plus £1 Booking Fee)

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