Ahead of the return of Glastonbury, we’re back again to share with you our top picks for the week. From post-hardcore to gentle country, here’s what’s on offer this week in Manchester…
Monday 24th: Justin Townes Earle @ Deaf Institute
// The son of Steve Earle, Justin Townes Earle spreads good vibes at Deaf Institute with his folk, country-styled sound. Possessing a warm, distinctive voice, the American singer-songwriter has been releasing music since 2007, with latest album ‘The Saint Of Lost Causes’ hitting the shelves only last month.
Tuesday 25th: Flat Worms @ YES
// Alt-rock outfit Flat Worms are welcomed by YES following the release of a new EP back in February, ‘Into the Iris’.
Wednesday 26th: The Eagles @ The Arena
// The legendary American rock band The Eagles swoop on the Arena for a night full of fun and classic tunes.
Thursday 27th: The Burning Hell @ Deaf Institute
// Known for their literate and humorous lyrics, The Burning Hell is the songwriting project of Mathias Kom, visiting Manchester with a follow-up to 2017 album ‘Revival Beach’ on the not-too-distant horizon.
Friday 28th: Sam Lyon @ Gullivers
// This up-and-coming acoustic artist from Cheshire has been gigging since the age of 14, and has already supported acts such as X Factor winner, Matt Cardle, showing off her talent and climbing up the success ladder. She’ll be performing at Gullivers following acclaim for her new single ‘It’s A Beautiful Life’.
Saturday 29th: Nahko @ Band On The Wall
// With over 300,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Nahko’s unique blend of alternative and world music has found plenty of fans with catchy lyrics, energetic melodies and ability to spread positive energy through their music.
Sunday 30th: La Dispute @ Gorilla
// We’re ending the week with a bang. US post-hardcore band La Dispute come to Gorilla having recently released new album ‘Panorama’ back in March of this year, which has proved to be a hit with fans.
That’s yer lot. For full listings, click here.
Words by Beckie Bold and Rich Holmes.