Party Eh! Presents: The Tea Street Band + Delagrave on Friday 8th October 2021
Tea Street Band are a bastard mutilation that in its most extremes combines 808 State with Doves and the gang mentality of The Happy Mondays. Their Balearic anthem ‘Fiesta’ is already a massive hit with the disillusioned youth in Liverpool. A strange and heady concoction that is making their growing fanbase keep coming back for more.
The lads have gained support from tastemakers such as Huw Stephens, John Kennedy, Janice Long, Clint Boon & Rob Da Bank.
With crowd pleasing 'Disco Lights' and the cover of 'I feel love' which got a massive reaction last time they came to Carlisle back in March 2019.
With 2 fantastic albums to their credit and rumours of new music emerging we a pleased to have them back to our great border city this time at the infamous Brickyard !!
Supporting the band is local act Delagrave....
Formed in early 2016, Delagrave started as the solo project of singer/songwriter Lauryn Graves. With the help of producer Rory McDonald, DelaGrave has been featured frequently on BBC radio Cumbria and her song ‘Clean’ was played on The Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio 1 in 2017. Delagrave’s music draws on a diverse range of musical influences including Etta James, Tame Impala, Mac DeMarco, Alt-j and Pink Floyd.
Lauryn now plays with a live band under the name Delagrave and has since played at Kendal Calling 2018 alongside Hacienda Classical, Catfish and the bottlemen and The Libertines followed by a slot on the BBC introducing stage at This is Tomorrow Festival in Newcastle alongside Stereophonics and Lewis Capaldi in May 2019.
Music Genres: Disco House, Electronic, Funky House, Indie, Nu Indie
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