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Grammatics Announce UK shows

February 26, 2010 by  

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Grammatics Announce UK shows

Grammatics will be playing a few warm up shows in the UK, before jetting off to Austin, Texas for SxSW.

Here are full dates:
Monday 8th March – Leeds, Joseph’s Well
Tuesday 10th March – York, Stereo
Friday 12th March – London, The Lexington

Formed in Leeds in early 2006 by Owen Brinley (guitar/vocals/keys) and drummer Dominic Ord, Grammatics’ have fused disparate musical and literary influences, to make cultured, artistic pop by their own elaborate rules. With the dancefloor bass lines of Rory O’Hara and the cut-throat cello of Emilia Ergin, they fuse a love of classic British art bands like Blur, Pulp, Radiohead and Suede, with an equal fondness for acts of a heavier, dancier persuasion: The Faint, Hot Chip, Queens Of The Stone Age.

Out earlier last year, the band’s debut album has already been hailed as one of 2009’s great arrivals.

As for SxSW, the band has been confirmed to play the following shows:
Wednesday 17th March – Hype Machine Presents @ Vice
Thursday 18th March – Yorkshire Music SxSW Party @ The British Music Embassy
Saturday 20th March – Rob Da Band Official Showcase @ The Phoenix






 

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