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Foam and Live Shows

Foam, the sister EP to Innocence is due to be released on 27th April. We’ll be playing songs from it and its predecessor at a few different venues across the UK next week.

Take a look here to see where and when we’re going and if you can make it along to a show or two please come and say hello!

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Live Shows in April

We shall be playing music for you at a few venues around the UK this April. It would be splendid to see you there if you can make it. Here’s where (and when) we’re going:

Tuesday 10th April
– Newcastle – Little Buildings (w/ No Teeth)

Thursday 12th April
– London – The Windmill (w/ Nasty Little Lonely + Electric Elizabeth)

Saturday 14th April
– Birmingham – Wagon & Horses (w/ The Courtesy Group + Gunther Prague)

Saturday 21st April
– Coventry – CET Old Press Hall (w/ Gunther Prague)

The Newcastle, London and Birmingham shows are all part of our ongoing CLUB GEOFF concert series, curated by us for your pleasure and spiritual convenience. We’ll be performing new songs from our recent EP Innocence as well as songs from the forthcoming sister EP (more news on that soon!) along with some carefully selected old songs.


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CLUB GEOFF#7 – Wagon & Horses, Birmingham – Saturday 14th April

Our 7th CLUB GEOFF event will take place at Wagon & Horses, Birmingham on Saturday 14th April.

A night of experimental alternative sounds with The Courtesy Group (A heady mix of Beefheart, Birthday Party and The Fall, amazingly shambolic yet highly accomplished), The Infinite Three (Hypnotic psychedelic post-punk cosmic idiocy from ex-members of Cindytalk and GOD) and Gunther Prague (Deliberately awkward, louder than necessary).

All performing live for your convenience and spiritual growth at: Wagon & Horses, 28 Adderley St, Birmingham B9 4ED.

Your attendence is required.  WE ARE MEEK AND AWAIT YOUR EMBRACE.

Saturday 14th April. 7.30pm.  £4.

Photos from Birmingham

Here are some images from our recent show at Wagon & Horses, Birmingham. Photons reflected off our bodies and went into your eyes. Many thanks to Antony Weir for shooting these.