Dead Young Records presents:
School Night vs Come Play With Me
THE GOLDEN AGE OF TV + Vide0 + L.A Peach
Entry Requirements: 16+
Dead Young Records & Marsicans present...
School Night May
A carefully curated line up by not for profit Leeds record label Come Play With Me ft...
The Golden Age of TV //
L.A. Peach //
+ Marsicans & CPWM DJs
Wednesday 2nd May, 7.30pm Oporto, Call Lane, Leeds
£5 adv. via: Crash, Jumbo & here!
Free Entry after 10.30pm for DJs.
The Golden Age Of TV are an indie art-rock quintet based in Leeds, United Kingdom.
Leeds’ art-rock 5-piece make their first move of 2018, unveiling the smart and addictive Beast, a rhythmic stomper, destined for the luminous dancefloors of indie-discos of the future.
Whip-smart drums lock in with gloriously fuzzed out glam bass, disconcertingly swirling guitars bounce around your ears whilst vocalist Bea Fletcher sweetly delivers her personal tale of childhood anxiety.
They have had a busy start to their career since forming just over a year ago. With only two tracks released, Dust and Between Each Brick, they grabbed the ear of BBC Radio 1 new music doyen Huw Stephens, as well as airplay from 6 Music, Radio X and Amazing Radio. Further to this came praise and hype from the online tastemaker sphere, notably from DIY and Clash.
The live side too has seen exciting opportunities for the group. Last summer, they sub-headlined the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds festivals, as well as also taking in exciting support slots with Fickle Friends, Toothless and Alex Cameron. They were also able to strut their stuff with coveted slots at some of the UK’s premiere new music festivals, Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City.
“A frighteningly competent showcase from the newcomers” - DIY
"Great music, championed by BBC Introducing in WY" - ** Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1**
"Spiky, energetic and great vocals" - Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6
"Angular off kilter guitar pop with a surreal streak... they seem to exist in their own world" - Clash Magazine
“Insanely cool, ones to watch in 2017” - BBC Introducing In West Yorkshire
“Mesmeric, eloquent and a certain degree of finesse” - Louder Than War
"On repeat" - Too Many Blogs
'The Golden Age Of TV are currently one of the brightest acts emerging from Leeds' - Counterfeit Magazine