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imilar to the first Britpop explosion in the early nineties (particularly 1994), in 2004 a raft of exciting talent came to the fore and, although ‘Britpop’ had become rather a derogatory term in the years since, it really was like a second wave of British trad rock.
When the bind dived straight into their hit single, the crowd automatically knew that this set would be special.
Latitude, the UK’s favourite multi-arts festival, and winner of the 2012 Best Family Festival Award, is proud to reveal the first line-up announcements for the eighth edition
Cold conditions in Birmingham didn’t stop a boisterous Brummie crowd from showing their appreciation for the long-overdue return of East London’s Bloc Party on Monday night.
Four years since the release of the fairly controversial ‘Intimacy’ and after numerous false reports of Kele leaving the band, Bloc Party are back with their fourth album, um, ‘Four’.
Four years have passed since their last album, but Bloc Party are back. And what a welcome return it is.
As Bloc Party eagerly gear up to embark on their return to the live stage after a two year hiatus with three intimate shows this week, they are excited to confirm details of an extended run of shows in the UK this coming October.