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Larkins Tickets | The Castle And Falcon Birmingham  | Wed 9th December 2020 Lineup

Larkins tickets

The Castle And Falcon in Birmingham

Wednesday 9th December 2020

7:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 14

'Straight laced indie pop filled with anthemic choruses and heartfelt lyricisms'

Event has been postponed until 10th Jun 2021.

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Larkins on Wednesday 9th December 2020

Please note, this event has been postponed until 10th Jun 2021.

Birmingham Promoters

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Fresh off the back of a breakthrough year that has seen them headline Manchester’s Albert Hall, Larkins have released their latest single ‘Not Enough Love’ alongside announcing a 7000 ticket UK tour, by far their biggest to date.

This follows on from a year which saw their music pick up significant support from Radio 1, Radio X, BBC Introducing and Spotify and Apple Music. The four-piece stole the show on the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds festivals this summer in what felt like them laying down a marker of things to come..

With music produced by Dan Nigro (Freya Ridings, Sky Ferreira) Chris Zane (Friendly Fires, Passion Pit) and mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West) the bands ever-developing sound and fanbase is further evidence of the excitement that Larkins are creating. Led by vibrant guitar lines and refreshing productions.

In UK press, Larkins were dubbed “Manchester’s Next Arena Act” by the Manchester Evening
News in their formative years and have since been featured on national publications with The
Sunday Times Breaking Act article saying “Arena’s beckon” as and The Star review on their
2019 London show “this felt like the start of something special”.

Other editorial support for Larkins at press come from tastemakers providing live and track
reviews in Dork, Clash, Boys by Girls and Euphoria plus continuous coverage from Born
Music, The Grey Lantern, Purple Melon, When the Horn Blows, Music is My Radar, Little Indie
Blogs, Indietronica and many other

Ages 14+ (Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)

Music Genres: 

Pop, Rock

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