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Beat Poetry For Survivalists Tour
One of the most prolific British songwriters of the 90s, Haines sprang to prominence in 1992 with his band The Auteurs and the Mercury Music Prize-nominated album 'New Wave', inadvertently kicking off Britpop in the process. He was also the brains behind Baader Meinhoff and Black Box Recorder, who with vocalist Sarah Nixey scored a UK top 20 single in 2000 with 'The Facts Of Life'. Haines has continued to release a series of idiosyncratic solo albums, along with writing a regular column for Record Collector magazine and presenting a weekly show on London's online station Boogaloo Radio.
See 6 tour dates featuring Luke Haines
John Peel Centre for Creative Arts
- Church Walk
- IP14 1ET