The Amazons

O2 Academy Newcastle,

12th November

7pm 

 

The Amazons are a band poised for greatness in 2019. Setting out on their biggest headline tour to date in support of their sublime second album, Future Dust, it’ll mark them as one of the brightest talents in British rock. Packed full of surprises, with bluesy grooves, falsetto vocals and songs that explore issues including religion, social media witch hunts, eating disorders and depression, Future Dust could well be the more important record of the year.

 

Feeder O2 Academy Newcastle,

10th November

7pm 

 

British guitar band, Feeder have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years and 2019 sees them release their new album, Tallulah and hit the road for more live dates.

Age Restriction: 8+ (Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult)

 

Freya Ridings

O2 Academy Newcastle,

11th November

7pm 

 

Hailed as the voice of 2019, and one of last year's biggest success stories thanks to platinum-selling hit ‘Lost Without You’, now is the time to catch Freya Ridings live.important record of the year.

 

Sam Fender

O2 Academy Newcastle,

7th December

7pm 

 

BRITs Critics Choice winner, Sam Fender, will follow the release of his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles, with an extensive headline tour, his biggest to date. Having sold out his spring run and with a summer packed full of festival performances, these dates will see Sam at the top of his game.

Shed Seven

O2 Academy Newcastle,

11th December

7pm 

 

York five-piece, Shed Seven, rose to fame in the 90s as one of the leading lights of Britpop and now they’re gearing up for their biggest UK headline tour to date. Marking 25 years since the release of their first album, fans will get to hear a mix of Shed Seven classics, as well as choice cuts from their first album in 16 years, Instant Pleasures.

Bombay Bicycle Club

O2 Academy Newcastle,

27th January

7pm 

 

Welcome back Bombay Bicycle Club by joining them on their headline tour, following the release of new album, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong.

Supergrass

O2 Academy Newcastle,

24th February

7pm 

 

Supergrass are back! To coincide with the release of a career spanning best-of package, Supergrass: The Strange Ones 1994 – 2008, which also marks the 25th anniversary of their debut album, I Should Coco, the seminal British group will head out on a headline tour of the UK shortly after the box set’s release..