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Sat 27th Apr at Noon
@ South, Wrexham
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SWN Presents: Samoans + The Bright Young People + The Adelines + We're No Heroes + Trwbador + Esther + Greta Isaac + Scriber + James Macgregor
The Adelines are a guitar-driven Welsh quartet comprising Jennie Morris on vocals and guitar, Anton Dodwell on guitar, Eddie Russell on bass and Ray Thomas on drums.
Formed in 2011 and named after their next door neighbour's cat, they cut their teeth playing house parties in Swansea and pricked ears with their tom-boyish vocals, jangly reverb-guitars and warped pop sensibilities.
Their sunshine-drenched songs paint an intimate portrait of coming of age and late night dalliances, combining pop choruses with resonant wall-of-sound guitars and bittersweet lyrics that walk a tightrope between naiveté and spirited frankness. Favourable comparisons have been made variously to Juliana Hatfield, The Vaccines and Throwing Muses - though the band state that they draw their influences "from life".
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We're No Heroes are a three-piece band from Cardiff. They have been likened to 80s bands such as Spandau Ballet and The Whitest Boy Alive amongst others. During the past year the band have been showcased on BBC Radio 1 with Jen Long, BBC 6 Music with Tom Robinson & BBC Radio Wales with Bethan Elfyn & Adam Walton. The band then gained further attention from TopShop, who included all of their current tracks on their playlist, reaching in excess of 300 stores across the UK for over 3 months.
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15-17 Hill Street
LL11 15N 53.048897, -3.000070
→ Wrexham General 3 min walk