It can be hard to keep track of the abundance of acts visiting our city, especially as we head through summer and autumn. We’ve been casting our eyes over to Night People, who have an exciting schedule lined up across the second half of 2018. We’ve picked our a few of our favourites from the next few months at the Princess Street venue.
King Tuff // Monday 13th August 2018
// King Tuff‘s latest release ‘The Other’ is an record of reinvention, a “psychic evolution” in his own words following years of extensive touring, coming to a head with something of an arduous stint in support of his last record ‘Black Moon Spell‘. Playing his first Manchester show in years.
The Monday Night Club & Control Of The Going // Saturday 1st September 2018
CARNATION // Friday 7th September 2018
// Expect “rib rattling riffs with a Mancunian kiss” from local trio CARNATION, but don’t take our word for it, check out latest release ‘Fatal Attraction’ below.
Bivouac // Monday 24th September 2018
// Alt-rock stalwarts Bivouac are hitting the road celebrating the 25th Anniversary of debut album ‘Tuber’, performing the underground classic in its entirety.
Fatherson // Friday 5th October 2018
// Hailing from Kilmarnock, Scotland, three-piece alt-rock band Fatherson present pop punk oozing with confidence. With their brand new album ‘Sum of All Your Parts’ coming out on 14th September, expect crunching guitars and punishing trills.
The Seshen // Thursday 1st November 2018
// San Fran six-piece The Seshen visit the city to bring some Cali sunshine vibes to keep winter at bay. Support comes from Geographer and Rituals of Mine.
Dantevilles // Friday 9th November 2018
// Local four-piece Dantevilles are riding high on the release of debut eponymous EP, out on Mancunian label Heist or Hit. Possessing a sound “full of soul, melodic guitars and standout duel vocals”, catch them at Night People in November.
Scuttlers // Saturday 1st December 2018
// Playing their first major gig only a year ago, local alternative outfit Scuttlers have quickly amassed a strong following on the Manchester scene.
Amusement Parks On Fire // Thursday 6th December 2018
// Active since 2004, Nottingham five-piece Amusement Parks On Fire concept EP ‘All The New Ends’ in April this year, but will be treating fans to material from upcoming album ‘An Archaea’ at three UK shows this December.
Tickets for shows are available via AltTickets.