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February: Music Top Picks

February is shaping up to be a stellar month for live music – especially for all you indie rock lovers out there! Here are our top picks for upcoming gigs throughout the month that you wouldn’t want to miss…

STORNOWAY
Leadmill // 15 February // £22
After announcing their split in 2016, the Oxford folk band Stornoway are returning to the stage in full force, with their biggest UK headline in 7 years. Following their release of their forth album, the band are repaying a visit to Leadmill this February.
leadmill.co.uk

COURTING
Leadmill // 19 February // £14
The Liverpool band have been describe as a combination of genres, from post-punk, indie rock and hyper pop, but primarily they represent an art-punk band. Their tongue-in-cheek sound will be gracing Sheffield with their biggest headline show in the steel city.
leadmill.co.uk

BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB
Octagon Centre // 8 February // £35
Popular alternative-rock Bombay Bicycle Club promises fans an ‘electrifying show’ in Sheffield. Expect their usual indie delight, with beloved releases returning to the stage and songs from their newest (sixth) studio album. Whether you’re a loyal fan, or a newcomer, the show is said to be enjoyed by all.
performacevenues.group.sheff.ac.uk

THE VACCINES
Octagon Centre // 19 February// £32.50
Back with their contagious and catchy sound, The Vaccines will be performing centre stage. Their first album was released in 2011 (What did you expect?) and since then they have provided us with intoxicating anthems. ‘Memorable experience and an unforgettable night of live music’ is on the cards for this upcoming performance.
performancevenues.group.sheff.ac.uk

MOTHER MOTHER
Network // 17th February // £25.80
Following their successful festival performances across the globe, Mother Mother begin their 30 date European tour in Sheffield. With certified Gold and Platinum singles in the US and Canda with over 6.6 billion global streams, the indie rock band with their synth sound go back in time to their roots with their new release.
ticketmaster.co.uk




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