Delights + Pavilion + Lite Sleeper Tickets | The Black Prince Northampton  | Fri 3rd February 2023 Lineup

Delights + Pavilion + Lite Sleeper tickets

The Black Prince in Northampton

Friday 3rd February 2023

7:30pm til 11:15pm

Minimum Age: 16

Manchester kaleidoscopic guitar janglers Delights continue promoting their 'Cool Sports' mini-album with this Independent Venue Week show.

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Delights + Pavilion + Lite Sleeper on Friday 3rd February 2023

SBD presents
An Independent Venue Week show

Back by popular demand, kaleidoscopic guitar janglers Delights are heading for the stratosphere! Signed to Modern Sky [The Lottery Winners, Red Rum Club], the Manchester quartet - Adam Maxwell (vocals), Ben Kirkland (bass) Ben Squires (guitar), Leo Willis (drums) - formed at college together. Fast forward to 2022 and mini-album ‘Cool Sports’ has cemented their place as true heirs to the indie-pop mantle. Following a run of November headline shows, many of which were sold out, the band have proven they are a great night out too!

Merging a wide range of influences into a blend of bedroom pop with hints of soulfully psychedelic music, they’ve hit a chord with everyone who has heard them, already amassing over 2,000,000 Spotify streams to date.

Plus support from


A new ShoeTown/ North LDN indie-rock band. Debut single ‘Bleed’ out now


Lite Sleeper

@ The Black Prince
15 Abington Square, Northampton NN1 4AE
Doors 7.30pm

The venue is 16+ [under 18s to be accompanied by an adult]

The multi-story St Michael's car park [entrance on St. Michael's Road, exit on Abington Square] is a 40 second walk from The Black Prince

Music Genres: 

Indie, Indie Pop

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