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Never miss another 'Ladyhawke' show
Blue Eyes Tour: Ladyhawke + The Mouse That Ate The Cat
Ladyhawke has announced details of her forthcoming 'Blues Eyes' UK tour, culminating in her biggest UK show to date at London's Forum.
The tour is in celebration of the release of her new single 'Blues Eyes', taken from her critically acclaimed second album 'Anxiety'. The single features remixes by Jacques Renault, Alison Wonderland, Junior and label mates Canyons.
New Zealand's Pip Brown aka Ladyhawke, whose eighties electro pop sound has made her name as one of the hottest new talents on the scene. 'The Cyndi Lauper for the American apparel age...twinkly, heart-racing '80s pop that leaves it's irony at the door.' - NME
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Glasgow based electonic indie-pop duet The Mouse That Ate The Cat use layered synths, acoustic samples, guitars and multi-tracked vocals to create their upbeat sound.
Brian Henderson (lead singer of The Dykeenies) and Colin Keenan (former guitarist for Drive-By Argument) started up the side-project in the summer of 2010 as a means quelling their boredom.
In January 2011, they decided to take things a little more seriously, which led to Radio 1 airtime, charting at Amazing Radio and touring.
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Venue: Oran Mor
G12 8QX 55.877380, -4.289123
Enquiries: 0141 357 6225
Disabled Bookings: 0141 357 6225
→ Partick 18 min walk