& Special Guests
Auntie Annies, Belfast
Sunday April 21st 2013
Tickets £10 + Booking Fee, 18+ Show
Little Comets have just announced details of an exclusive headline performance at Auntie Annies, Belfast on Sunday April 21st 2013.
After a summer featuring many tentish festival performances, a brief sojourn with the Olympic Flame (including the Hyde Park finale) allowed Little Comets to fondly represent the region from which they proudly descend, playing some truly special shows to throngs of gleeful north east indigenes.
With the leaves starting to line the paths with increasing determination,Little Comets remain equally committed to actually saying something in a song and convincing Taio Cruz that “plans” and “dance” is not acceptable as a rhyme. Little Comets (Robert Coles: vocals, Michael Coles: guitar, Matt Hall: bass and Greenie: drums) hope that you feel the same.
New album ‘Life is Elsewhere’ was released by Dirty Hit on October 8th and the first single from the album, ‘A Little Opus’ (a lyrical autopsy on Britain’s ‘old school tie’ political elite) received support from Radio One, BBC6 Music (it won Lamacq’s Rebel Playlist vote) as well as XFM, where the band recently recorded a live session for Mary Anne Hobbs.
Artists » Little Comets
Little Comets are a band from Newcastle whose musical style has been likened to Vampire Weekend , Using inopportune moments and a musical alphabet as deep as the sea, little comets are currently traversing a sextet of cities with nothing but shine in the apples of their eyes. somehow soon this combination of pockets, testing, melody and treason will stumble across your path and leave an indelible mark deeper than hue, fingerprint or membrane on your story. raker.
Read more about Little Comets on Last.fm.
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- Dancing Song
- A Little Opus
- One Night In October
- Violence Out Tonight
- Waiting in the Shadows in the Dead of Night