The End of the Road Festival has confirmed Gene Clark's No Other Band, with members of Beach House, Grizzly Bear and Fleet Foxes as a headliner for this year's festival. The Gene Clark No Other Band sees Beach House's Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold, Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen and ex-Fairport Convention member Iain Matthews come together with members of Wye Oak and Celebration to reconstruct the Byrds’ Gene Clark’s 1974 masterpiece No Other.
Beach House have said of the show, which toured in the US earlier this year: “No Other it feels like a special moment in Gene Clark's songwriting. Throughout the years, many have dug up the record and fallen in love with it. We, Beach House, are certainly two of those people and we hope that playing the record live will spread the album even more. We feel incredibly excited and lucky that we will be working with such a stellar group of singers, friends, and musicians without whose help this complicated and unconventional tour would never be possible.”
Also added to the festival today are; Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, St Vincent, tUnE-yArDs, Jenny Lewis, Felice Brothers and Black Lips plus more below
An A-Z list of all the new artists confirmed today is as follows:
Alice Boman, Archie Bronson Outfit, Arc Iris, Arrows of Love, Benjamin Booker, Black Lips, Celebration, Chad Vangaalen, David Thomas Broughton, Felice Brothers, The Gene Clark No Other Band, Jenny Lewis, Kiran Leonard Laish, Lapland' Lau, Lonnie Holley' Lucius' Lyla Foy' Mazes, Otti Albietz & the voices, Phox, The Rails, Robert Ellis, Samantha Crain, St Vincent, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, The Districts, Theo Verney, Tides of Man, Tramms, tUnE-yArDs, Wye Oak, & Zachary Cale
The Handsome Family are gaining some worthwhile exposure with their song ‘Far From Any Road’ which is used as the theme tune to new HBO hit show ‘True Detective’.
Albuquerque’s husband and wife duo of Brett & Rennie Sparks otherwise known as The Handsome Family have the following UK tour dates with support from Vikesh Kapoor. Tickets available HERE
05 May - BELFAST, Black Box
06 May - LIMERICK, Dolans
07 May - CORK, Crane Lane Theatre
09 May - MANCHESTER, Deaf Institute
10 May - HEBDEN BRIDGE, Trades Club
11 May - SWANSEA, The Garage
12 May - BRIGHTON, Komedia
14 May - LONDON, 100 Club
16 May - NEWBURY, Arlington Arts Centre
The Subways are one of the headliners at the Camden Rocks Festival Saturday 31st May 2014.
Charlotte of the band said "It feels like ages since we've played the UK and what better way to start the comeback than with Camden Rocks. The Electric Ballroom is one of the few venues in London we haven't played and I remember watching bands there as a teenager! We all feel a little like caged animals at the moment and it'll be awesome to be back on stage again".
Over two hundred new and established 'guitar bands' will be performing across twenty venues in Camden Town on 31st May
For more information and tickets see HERE
Woodpigeon a.k.a. Mark Andrew Hamilton return's after 12 months away for a couple of UK shows next month.
8th April - Fierce Panda 20th Anniversary celebration show, Woodpigeon + Art of Amputation (Woodpigeon on at 10pm) - Shacklewell Arms - Tickets (only £6.60 in advance):
24th April - Woodpigeon will be the main support to Ólöf Arnalds
ACE Hotel, Shoreditch - Tickets (£11)
Tuesday 22nd April sees the The Lexington in London play host to the 10th Anniversary of that wonderful label and promoters Club AC30 which, opended its it's doors at Upstairs @ The Garage on 22nd April 2004.
Ten years later Club AC30 has an amazing gig to celebrate and you are invited!
Featuring a special set from a reformed Air Formation, the widescreen sounds of Exit Calm and the man behind Creation legends Swervedriver, Adam Franklin, with his band Bolts of Melody
Remaining tickets are HERE but be quick
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