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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND Ages: 18+
Hi everyone It's been a while since our last Birmingham show as we've had a lot going on, but we can now announce that we're having a Christmas party/gig at one of our favourite venues, The Rainbow in Digbeth Birmingham!! It promises to be a great night for the following reasons: • It's our first Birmingham show for a while and our last of 2011 • It's Christmas, so we'll be giving away prezzies!!! • We'll be showcasing a couple of brand new songs Last but definitely not least it will be our guitarist Ed's final show with the band. We're going to miss working with him and want to send him off the only way we know how, with lots and lots of Christmas booze. There will be other bands on the night, details to follow. In the meantime, contact one of the band for tickets, it promises to be a night not to miss!! xx
Sounds Like: Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters, Interpol, At the Drive-In, Editors
Bio: Turn off the Sun are an Alternative Rock band formed in 2009 in Birmingham, selected highlights so far include:
In the last three years we have played packed-out shows in the best venues all over the Midlands and London, sharing the stage with some of the countries hottest bands in the process....See Full Bio
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“A skilful mix of memorable melody, weapons-grade alternative rock guitar, subtle synth lines and a dynamic rhythm section, the four songs within are genuine contenders for breakthrough.....The squally yet melodic guitar lines that colour each song are more akin to Foals, The Cribs or perhaps on occasion Johnny Marr’s earlier incarnations. In other words, well worth listening to. The insistent bass lines and frenetic drumming provide a solid and essential foundation that help build the raw, heart-on-sleeve whole and make it so captivating across it’s 13 minutes. Adding the finishing touch are washes and waves of synth that demonstrate that Turn Off The Sun are constantly in service to their songs, adding as they do essential meat to the bones, rather than overwhelming any given track.”