Psychedelic jazz-pop oddball septet Bethlehem Casuals are touring this spring, starting in Leeds on Saturday at The Brudenell. Reviews indicate this gig is one to see:
“All over the place in the best kind of way.” MARC RILEY, BBC RADIO 6 MUSIC
‘The Tragedy Of Street Dog’ sees Bethlehem Casuals’ sleazy, sultry and saxy brand of oddball pop truly come into its own. Mind-bending and musically adept in equal measure, it’s one heck of a ride and a record that casts a fresh and fantastical light on whether a dog’s life is all that bad after all. Tune into head-spinning lead single: “Flaccid Passion”, here and now.
Bethlehem Casuals will release ‘The Tragedy of Street Dog’ on 17 April.
15 – LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
6 – SHEFFIELD Peddler Night Market*
7 – CHESTER Telford’s Warehouse*
8 – YORK The Fulford Arms
13 – BLACKPOOL Bootleg Social
20 – HUDDERSFIELD Northern Quarter*
21 – BRADFORD 1 in 12 Club
8 – BATH The Bell Inn*
9 – BRISTOL The Jam Jar
16 – LONDON Islington O2 Academy 2
17 – MANCHESTER The Bread Shed
19 – LIVERPOOL Zanzibar
28 – OXFORD The Mad Hatter
8 – NEWCASTLE Castle
* Free Entry
Tickets for all shows can be found here, and are on sale now:
Band members are: William Hearne // Awen Blandford // Pip Sayers // Joe Woodhouse // George Burrage // Atanas Dochev // William Graham
Feature image provided by Sonic PR.
Adam combines his interest in Leeds with a flair for writing discovered back in school days. He says he’ll tackle any topic as long as it’s Leeds.