Psychedelia isn’t really a genre we hear much about these days. You say the word and are instantly transported back to either the sixties and an era of hippies and tie-dye or that hazy night you once spent at Glastonbury… But like all good things, it’s on the rise and adding an indie twist to the path Tame Impala has set before them, is Essex born Beach for Tiger.
With strong guitars and euphoric synths and reverbs, Beach for Tiger know how to stand out from the crowd. Their debut track, released back in 2015 ‘Coco‘ has had over 350,000 streams on Spotify and it’s not surprise given it oozes warmth and happiness. ‘Afternoons in Space‘, which followed on on their self-titled EP, includes amorous harmonies and is awash with mellow waves. You’ll find within Beach for Tiger’s music surreal, atmospheric instrumentals that you can chill out to such as the ending to ‘Black Buddha‘. It’s no surprise that CLASH magazine said that they “seem ready to turn day-dreaming into an art form”. This will be their biggest London headline to date so you won’t wanna miss out!
Making a venture down to play support will be Geordie lads Deep.sleep who will certainly liven you up with their vigorous and cheerful tunes. The band have been compared to the likes of Sundara Karma and Blossoms, and their lyrics are diverse and expressive, each telling their own story accompanied by jangly strums. ‘Soho‘ is a lovely indie dream pop banger that the band released last year and their most recent release, ‘Orange English Sun‘ is made for the stage with its rigorous riffs and incredibly catchy chorus.
Deep.sleep are no stranger to the stage, having played many of the UK’s festivals including Kendal Calling, Tramlines, and Solfest and have been backed by NME, Gigwise, and Fred Perry. They’ve gained themselves a loyal fan base and continue to push the boundaries of the indie scene and we for one couldn’t be more excited to have them on our bill.
Tickets for the gig are just £7 and you can get yours from DICE today: https://goo.gl/ahWGBF