SBD presents: VELVET INSANE, on their UK tour
Sunday February 9th
Formed in 2013 as a dream project for the guitarist Jesper Lindgren, the Swedish based Velvet Insane has gone from a four piece rock band to a rock duo with inspirations from 70's glam and more modern music.
Velvet Insane has toured the world with countries such as Japan, USA, Spain, Australia and the UK, they have released EPs and in January 2019 they released their first full length, self titled album. The album with hits such as 'High on Love' and 'Coffee, Jazz and Arts' cemented them on top lists in several countries. After great reviews, a singer dubbed with one of Sweden's top rock voices the duo has since worked on several art projects and events. Which has helped the band improve their music as well as evolve personally.
In January 2020 the duo will release their new full length CD which is a new step for the band. This CD's first single features renown rock guitarist Bruce Kulick, and other songs have collaborations with well known Swedish artists. A very ambitious album which the duo has spent a lot of time on and it brings out some of the best of them both musically and lyrically.
The band features singer Jonas Eriksson and guitarist Jesper Lindgren.
THE BIG DIRTY
Having just returned from recording at the BBC’s legendary Maida Vale studios, and as they work on their new album, the “sex rock” four-piece rock band from Northampton bring tasty riffs with pumping drums and soaring vocals. Their live show is second to none.
Kent fivesome with the sensational ‘Goddess of Rock’ frontwoman. Think glamorous 80's sleaze rock with an integration of ska & heavy metal.
We Don't Know Anyone Called Rufus
New Northampton outfit, a mix of classic rock and punk.
@ The Black Prince
15 Abington Square, Northampton NN1 4AE
Advance tickets £5
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