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Thu 1st Nov at 7:00pm
@ The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Also appearing: Elle King
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Never miss another 'The Heavy' show
The Heavy + Elle King
Renegade soul-rockers The Heavy head out on a short UK tour in support of their new album 'The Glorious Dead'.
'The Glorious Dead' is their third full-length album and the follow-up to their acclaimed sophomore record 'The House That Dirt Built'. Self-produced and with their unique, raw eclecticism fully intact, it's their most fully-realised record yet, mixing together soul, hip hop, rock, blues and funk into glorious, raucous party music that is equally full of heart.
Combining Frankensteining swampy voodoo and b-movie zombies with garage rock and Gospel-soaked soul, it’s unlike anything you’ll hear this year.
These Bath boys are bad. Bad like serious rock 'n roll. You remember rock 'n roll, don't you? Well, The Heavy are here to keep the fires burning, the dogs barking and the broken hearts pounding. Playing a mix of guitar-heavy neo soul and rock using crunchy guitar, funky horns, and Curtis Mayfield-like vocals, their songs incorporate many different styles.
Their track 'How You Like Me Now?' has been featured in several television series episodes, including Entourage, Community, Rookie Blue and White Collar, as well as in the 2010 film The Fighter.
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Venue: The Deaf Institute
Enquiries: 0161 276 9350
Bookings: 0844 858 8521
Disabled Bookings: 0844 858 8521
→ Oxford Road 8 min walk