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Digging For Apples 'Empty Fool' release party | Jimmy's  Manchester  | Wed 26th June 2019 Lineup

Digging For Apples 'Empty Fool' release party

Jimmy's in Manchester

Wednesday 26th June 2019

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

DFA celebrate the release of their first single 'EMPTY FOOL'! Supporting are South Island Son and Lennie Hammersley FREE EVENT so bring your Mum & Dad

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Digging For Apples 'Empty Fool' release party on Wednesday 26th June 2019

Digging For Apples: 'DFA frontman Shane Robertson left his home in New Zealand and found himself overseas - in Manchester, to be precise. Alongside fellow international comrades from France, The Netherlands and the UK respectively - Robertson tells tales of uprooted-ness and misadventure.

'Empty Fool' is the first release from this band and their bonkers, Magritte-inspired, magic-show come music video is well worth a watch'

South Island Son: 'Melding the finest in Indie-Rock and the sunshine the North West never sees, once described as 'Fleet Foxes on holiday' the quartet are for fans of big shirts and Docs. With a shared love of long walks in the rain and allergies to sunlight these northern lads thought it best to keep together.'

Leonard G Hammersley will also bring his powerful pipes and gut wrenching songs to get you right in the feels. Debuting new songs and stories along with a new line up, this Scottish singer/songwriter will leave you transfixed.

Finally to keep the party pumping we have the one and only DJ Dan Weibe on the wheels of steel to kick out the jams.

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Indie, Pop, Rock

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