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SPACE - SELLING FAST
Space + The Gallerys
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Space release new single – Dangerous Day on the 29th September 2017 New studio album “Give me your Future” was released December 2017.
The new studio album Give Me Your Future, recorded and produced by Grammy and Brit award winning producer Steve Levine who has also worked with The Clash, Culture Cub, Beach Boys, Deniece Williams and Gary Moore to name a few will be released in August 2017, followed by the Box Set to include the 4 released Albums plus the un-released “Love you More Than Football” in early 2018. The bands 1990’s hit Female of the Species making the top of the album charts with the “TFI Album” – (Number 1 in June 2015) Tommy, Franny and the boys all said they are very proud of the “Give Me Your Future” album Tommy said working with Steve Levine was amazing, the man gets into your head to imagine the sounds you want before you have played them, a true genius, this record is the most Space record we have ever made and we all look forward to sharing the record with you all……. Space have sold over 5 million records worldwide with titles including “Spiders, “Tin Planet” “Suburban Rock and Roll” and “Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab” along with ten top 40 singles and a host of other single releases to-date with titles including “Neighborhood” “Female of the Species”, “Me and You Vs. The World” “Avenging Angels” “Dark Clouds”, and “Begin Again” Albums Spiders and Tin Planet have both been awarded double platinum discs from the BPI The band continue to write gritty edgy pop songs that capture the imagination of the listener www.spacetheband.co.uk
Website - http://spacetheband.co.uk
[wikipedia] Space are an English indie rock band from Liverpool, who came to prominence in the mid-1990s with hit singles such as "Female of the Species", "Neighbourhood" "Avenging Angels" and "The Ballad of Tom Jones". They worked with both Tom Jones in 1999 and Cerys Matthews a year earlier. The band had formed in 1993 and released four studio albums, plus a number of charting singles, before eventually disbanding in 2005. In 2011, two years after the death of original drummer Andy Parle, the band announced they would reunite with Tommy Scott, Jamie Murphy and Franny Griffiths returning alongside three new members, crowd-funding their first album in a decade, Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab.
The melodic core of Space's sound was inspired by 1960s guitar groups such as The Kinks and The Who, yet their imaginative, pioneering usage of electronic instruments and sampling drew mostly from hip hop and classic film soundtracks. Each member of the group had wildly different tastes in music, which they often brought to the fore of their work. The band were also known for their over-the-top, dark humoured lyrics, which frequently dealt with subjects such as serial killers, failed relationships, social outcasts, and mental illness.
The Gallerys are a 3 piece band with an upbeat and powerful performance that you cannot afford to miss. Their music is an enjoyable, meaningful journey inspired by bands such as The Who, The Verve, Oasis and The Jam. People can relate to the songs and have a great time, a must see.