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Sat 31st May
Kings Of Leon
@ St James' Park Stadium, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
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Kings Of Leon + White Lies + The Horrors
Following the announcement of their massive outdoor show at Milton Keynes Bowl next summer, Kings Of Leon have added additional arena shows in Newcastle, Sheffield and Manchester for June 2014.
Earlier this year Kings of Leon released their Grammy nominated No.1 album ‘Mechanical Bull’ and have also announced that they will be headlining Germany’s biggest festivals Rock AM Ring & Rock IM Park as part of a summer 2014 European tour.
Kings of Leon, White Lies, The Horrors and special guests will play at St James' Park on Saturday 31st May 2014.
Tennessean alt-rock group comprised of three brothers and a cousin. The Kings Of Leon take their titles very seriously, producing country-laden rock’n’roll with hints of blues and boogie-woogie. Brought up in the Deep South and having spent most of their childhood’s travelling, the Kings Of Leon (whose name comes from the brother’s father and grandfather) have a deep, drawling, rootsy sound and a suitable legacy to match.
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The Ealing trio belt out massively epic, chart-topping pop tunes that got them noticed in numerous 'ones to watch' polls at the beginning of 2009. The band made good on their promising start, seeing their debut album top the UK album charts on its release in 2009. Their second album, Ritual, was released in January 2011
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From their initial somewhat shambolic goth-garage-punk beginnings, covering Screaming Lord Sutch's 'Jack The Ripper' and having an admiration for The Sonics, Faris Badwan and friends have matured considerably over the course of their four albums to date, becoming a respected name and stadium-level stars. Their dark gothic sounds now lean more towards Nick Cave and Joy Division than their original garage-rock roots. The not-so-difficult second album 'Primary Colours' was awarded NME's best album of 2009 and received a Mercury Prize nomination, while 2011's 'Skying' and 2014's 'Luminous' have met with great critical acclaim, the latter entering the UK Official Album Chart at no.6.
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Venue: St James' Park Stadium
NE1 4ST 54.975204, -1.622340
→ Newcastle 11 min walk