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Never miss another 'The Primitives' show
An Intimate Weekend With: The Primitives + June Brides + The Oreoh!s
Followed by NightCare Club
Probably best known for their 1988 top 5 hit 'Crash', The Primitives reunited in their hometown of Coventry at the end of 2009, to pay homage to Steve Dullaghan, the group's original bassist. The success of their performance and the public's positive response after more than 17 years away from the spotlight led them to do a UK tour in April 2010 and to play a few shows in Europe and the US. Fast forward to 2012 and their new album, 'Echoes and Rhymes', ranges from garage to psychedelia, with touches of soul and sunshine pop, multiple styles come together in a special compilation of obscure female-fronted songs from the sixties, revisited with all the love and affection and energy of The Primitives.
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The June Brides first existed from 1983 to 1986, and helped to shape what has since become known as Indie-pop. They made some great records, and they made some people very happy. And now they're back... The June Brides are true innovators, hailing from the first wave of British indie, with fans that include Manic Street Preachers (who covered their song “The Instrumental” as a tribute), Morrissey and Belle and Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch. They have always been regarded as pioneers, and one of the most beloved of the bands that formed the original UK independent music scene, which has since been tagged as C86. Now they‘re back with a new single, and a line-up that consists of most of the original members, including main songwriter, vocalist and guitarist, Phil Wilson.
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