+ Spinner + Mike Wilton (Standard Lamps) + Stone Tooth
Entry Requirements: 16+
The Gallerys plus guests
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Hailing from Kent’s Tunbridge Wells & Maidstone, The Gallerys exploded onto the UK music circuit in 2017 with their unique blend of 60s rock, Britpop and indie sounds which gained them immediate attention from BBC Introducing, Fred Perry Subculture & This Feeling.
With over 200 gigs under their belt, they're a seasoned & in-demand live act. With shredding guitar solos, melodic harmonies, cutting bass lines and hard-hitting drum beats, their fierce live shows leave audiences wanting more & more.
Having shared the stage with Louis Berry, Madness, The Sherlocks, Scouting For Girls, The Blinders, The King Blues, The Skints, Dr. Feelgood, Space, Alan McGee and embarking on UK tours with both The Rifles and The Bluetones, and going on a headline UK tour of their own, they are no stranger to huge crowds and quickly sell out their headline shows.
'One of the most promising bands in the country' - Even The Stars
'Their contemporary guitar-driven indie pop is given a '60s vibe thanks to the band's three-piece harmonies that echo iconic British songs from the era' - Fred Perry Subculture
'Vocally, this band are on top of their game, expertly layering delicious harmonies to fill out their retro-pop sound' RGM Magazine '
Mike Wilton is best known as being the front man of local lot 'The Standard Lamps'. Their big break came when they supported Wilko Johnson Band at The Forum.
Following this, ‘The Lamps’ (as they are affectionately known), have supported The Who on their Who Hits 50 arena tour in 2014. Reviewing them alongside The Who at Leeds, Mojo Magazine acclaimed The Standard Lamps as “Tight and bluesy”, adding that they, “At times look and sound uncannily like The Who of 40 years ago”. The Standard Lamps also supported The Bluetones at various 20th anniversary shows.