PAPER BUOYS+ THE BONGO CLUB + GHOSTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKS

Returning to The Flapper for their first headline show of the year having recently been shortlisted for Best Alternative/Indie band (BMAs 2019), PAPER BUOYS are back.

Highlights of 2018 included support from Steve Lamacq on his BBC 6Music Recommends show, Winning ‘Best Album’ at the Birmingham Music Awards as well supporting TOUTS and The Blinders.

PAPER BUOYS are nearing completion of their second album and will be releasing new material soon. More details to follow. The band will be joined by good friends; Ghosts Of Social Networks and The Bongo Club on Friday 17th May for what promises to be a very special show.

Paper Buoys Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘In Faith So Blind (featuring The Pagans SOH)’ below:


The Bongo Club is about several things. It’s about rock’n’roll and being young, today. It’s about entering the stage like a boxer, leaving it 40 minutes later sweating, it’s about hating your day job and loving every minute on a narrow stage on a week night! No bad gigs, never a bad audience – just a band totally in love with what they do and wanting to take it all the way by working harder and being more to the point than the rest.

The Bongo Club Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

 

 

 

Watch the official music video for ‘Tell Your Friends’ below:


Manchester artist Ghosts Of Social Networks has been turning heads since arriving on the UK music scene.

Nathan Till, the creative force behind GOSN, is joined by long standing backing band members Nico Maccarinelli (drums), Andrea Gobbi (bass) and John Miles (guitar) to form the foundations of the live act.

Taking inspiration from new wave artists such as The Cure, Bauhaus, Echo and The Bunnymen as well as contemporary acts like Nick Cave and The National, Till makes music that sounds classic yet offers a fresh veneer on the craft of songwriting.

Debut single ‘Love Potion’ acclaimed for its reverberant production, gritty realism and uplifting nod towards dream-pop gained numerous spot plays on Lamacq’s drive time and recommends show as well as multi national and regional radio plays. A string of followup singles ensued further demonstrating GOSN‘s ability to write contemporary songs that forge substance,innovation and timeless melody.

“An embracing sound” – Steve Lamacq

“A rip roaring, take no prisoners track” – Tom Robinson 

“Much like all the best Manchester songwriters” – Manchester Evening News

“Proudly captures an essential Manchester vibe” – Louder Than War

Ghosts Of Social Networks Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘If This Isn’t Love’ below: