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Upcoming shows: Kate Davis... Penelope Isles... Rachael Dadd... Smoke Fairies... Twen... Shards... Angel Olsen... Beans on Toast... Lady Lamb... Later Youth... Robin Richards... Alice Boman... Polly Paulusma & Annie Dressner... GospelbeacH... Heather Woods Broderick... Robbie Cavanagh... Jesse Malin... Alberta Cross... Spinning Coin... Chloe Foy... Wolf Parade... Andy Shauf... Douglas Dare... Peggy Sue... Pictish Trail... 365: Aidan O’Rourke, Kit Downes and James Robertson... Gratis: Seazoo... Dana Gavanski... The Dears... The Lovely Eggs... Leif Vollebekk... Lindsay Munroe... The Handsome Family... Aoife O’Donovan... Joan Shelley... glowe... Born Ruffians...

When: 7.30pm on Thursday 9 April 2020
Where: The Eagle Inn, 19 Collier Street, Salford, M3 7DW

We continue our series of free entry shows at the Eagle Inn – with a rare headline show by H!M favourites Seazoo!

Welsh noisy indie-pop maestros Seazoo announce their return with upcoming sophomore album set for release early next year.

Recorded at Big Jelly Studios with Mike Collins the group’s second full-length effort demonstrates a fresh approach and follows critically acclaimed 2018 debut LP TRUNKS, shortlisted for the Welsh Music Prize alongside acts including Boy Azooga, Gwenno, Gruff Rhys and Manic Street Preachers.

Heavily influenced by the likes of Yo La Tengo, Courtney Barnett and Grandaddy, the rousing five-piece have enjoyed significant support throughout the tastemaker community (Q Magazine, DIY, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, Dork) and across the airwaves (BBC Radio 1, 6 Music), with their glowing reputation as an exceptional live act leading to appearances at SXSW, The Great Escape and Green Man and slots with IDLES, The Lovely Eggs and Circa Waves.

‘Magical indie-pop’ – DIY

‘A five-part indie-pop explosion…an absolute riot’ – Clash

‘Wobbly synths and retro-feeling guitars that sparkle with nostalgia’ – The Line Of Best Fit

Support comes from Melin Melyn (acoustic). According to SWN Festival: ‘Melin Melyn create catchy and eccentric vintage pop reciting weird stories, like a psychedelic kids tv show – combining elements of surf, folk, country and summery psychedelia, the band encourage a curious atmosphere stretching from one magical world to another.’

Advanced bookings are now full. We expect some drop outs so feel free to head down on the night – but note that we can’t let anyone in once we’ve hit capacity.

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