Sundara Karma plus Blaenavon & The Night Cafe

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  • Mon, 13.2.17 @ 19.30 Age: 14+
  • £11.00
Sundara Karma plus Blaenavon & The Night Cafe

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Today, burgeoning indie stalwarts Sundara Karma announce a 2017 UK headline tour, including their biggest London show to date at Shepherd’s Bush Empire on February 24th. The Reading-based four-piece have also unveiled a stunning live performance of new track ‘Olympia’, which is available now as an instant grat from their forthcoming debut album ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’, released January 6th on RCA.

Having just concluded an extensive UK headline tour, which saw them sell out London’s Heaven to an explosive crowd, Sundara Karma waste no time in continuing their reign over the live circuit. The Reading four-piece’s fourth headline tour will kick off in Birmingham on February 11th, concluding at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on the 24th - the band’s biggest headline show to date. The headline tour will be preceded by a BBC Introducing US tour in November and nationwide support slots on Two Door Cinema Club’s January-February UK tour, including two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace.

Giving their ever-growing fan base a taste of what to expect from the upcoming dates, the band have unveiled a spectacular live performance of new track ‘Olympia’. Led by an emotive, 80s-influenced guitar riff and the impassioned, profound vocal stylings of enigmatic frontman Oscar Pollock, ‘Olympia’ epitomises the simultaneously nostalgic and refreshing sound the band’s devoted followers have grown to love. Shot at their recent headline show, the live performance showcases the vivacity of the astounding legion of fans the band has amassed in the past few years, promising a huge reaction to their forthcoming debut album.