Coming soon… intact next Saturday after our return to the Boot next Weds, both gigs are free!
Still available… our highly tenuous Christmas single! available for just £0.01 from our store at: http://thetuesdayclub.tmstor.es/cart/product.php?id=10685
Why not celebrate our Christmas Lights extravaganza by enlisting and downloading today?
…with fab support from Nick and the Sun Machine and The Unfortunates and a rather impressive crowd, thanks to all for making it such a great night, great to catch up with some good friends too. We can’t wait to get some new dates in the diary for 2014 (we’ll be in touch very soon Steve!)
See you all at The Grey Horse on Friday, or Trestle Arts on Saturday x
We’re on manoeuvres! This weekend and beyond! http://eepurl.com/G97ED
The Tuesday Club are a modern new wave/punk band. Because of this I was expecting to listen to one or two of their songs and then get bored, much as you can do with any number of punk throwbacks any night of the week at The Hope & Anchor of London legend. But no, The Tuesday Club are an exciting, intelligent, humorous and inventive group. Sonically they resemble Blur when Graham Coxon was allowed to do what he wanted and the potentially harsh sound common to this genre is softened by the male/female vocals. Top drawer vocals they are too. Listening on Soundcloud to the handy “short but nifty snippet sized bundle” that takes you through excerpts of their debut album is a joy. There’s a wealth of varied sounds, moods, textures and tempos on offer. Nods to Jilted John and Gary Numan are nestled in among welcome updates on the bass, drums and guitar template. You get lovely bleepy synthesizer, you get rock n’ roll piano and you get humour that’s genuinely funny as well as the essential raw punky guitar stylings which, a la Green Day, are a façade for some quite touching lyrics. This is an album I’m looking forward to getting (on CD, though the white vinyl is tempting). I hear they’re brilliant live as well, so whenever they’re next in London I’m there with bells on.
Hear snippets of the debut album here:https://soundcloud.com/thetuesdayclub/see-you-next-tuesday-album
Get See You Next Tuesday on CD or LP here:http://thetuesdayclub.tmstor.es/
Here’s the rest of the review too, featuring two other Snalbans stalwarts! Nick Stephenson and The Sun Machine and Chameleon Boy….
The Tuesday Club are supporting www.thejetsonics.com
on Friday 25th October
The Grey Horse
6 Richmond Rd
Kingston upon Thames
Tonight, we have THE HORN (in St.Albans), plain and simple… Free Entry, we’re on at 8.45 so don’t be shy we’re supporting local Gods The 88, who are local and Gods! x