Gigs Round Up: April
We’ve had a gander through the event listings of a few venue faves across the city and beyond to bring you April’s gigs round up. Don’t forget to head here for more listings!
With a decade of ferocious live performances under their belt, local mathcore outfit Rolo Tomassi return to their Sheffield roots at what is arguably one of the most exciting times in their career. With support from Terrible Love, a new post-punk band featuring members of Bastions, Goodtime Boys, Funeral for a Friend and Grappler & Crocus. Also supporting are local melodic rock six-piece Elegies.
Brand new event Clockwork launches this month with their opening party at CODE nightclub, bringing modern house pioneers, Waifs & Strays to the city, alongside support from Jey Kurmis (Hot Creations) and Lewis Holohan (Tribal Sessions). A brand new event with contemporary bookings, forward thinking music policy and electric atmospheres in the world of House, Techno and Disco. Welcome to Clockwork.
Raucous rock ‘n’ roll from Sheffield three piece Bear Chest, who in their own words are set to “mark their territory upon unsuspecting venues with their gritty noise and shameless shenanigans.” Don’t miss out.
Dronfield’s premier live music venue welcomes back popular rock and blues covers band Outside The Box, playing your favourites from classic rock, pop, soul, blues and country.
Fresh from touring with the likes of Tame Impala, this Aussie dance trio are embarking on a highly anticipated tour of their own. After working on a follow up record to acclaimed debut Howlin’, expect to hear some new material alongside old favourites.
Following a five year hiatus, Welsh psych rockers Super Furry Animals stop off in the Steel City as part of their reunion tour. With a nine album discography under their belts, you’ll be sure to be treated to a selection of hits from across the years in what has always been an energetic and exhilarating live show.
Exposed Award 2016 nominated Paul Fletcher brings his solo project to the O2 following two years with indie band Blind Drivers and stints writing and producing for the likes of Lily Allen, Olly Murs and Stephanie Nala. An impressive roster of support comes from Kid 85, O Captain, The 13 Women, Ant MacAndrew & Co. and Paul Billington.