SBD presents: The Len Price 3 + The Deep Six
Friday February 2nd
The Len Price 3 are an adrenaline pumped pop band from Medway, England and are a revelation to those who encounter them, encompassing all of what you would want from a band in one invigorating sonic experience. Their dazzling live performances feature a thunderous set of well-honed melodic nuggets played at breakneck speed, complete with shiny pop hooks and chrome glazed harmonies. But dig a bit deeper and you will find a rich lyrical content that is full of acid tongued lyrics and wry social observations.
With each album and single release receiving glowing reviews and every live show leaving behind a highly satisfied audience full of enthusiastic devotees, The Len Price 3 are fast becoming a true national treasure.
The new album, 'Kentish Longtails', has just been released. Hear it performed this evening at the Flapper!
Press for Kentish Longtails:
“'Kentish Longtails' once again finds the band mining The Who, The Undertones and The La’s for inspiration conjuring up with a sound and lyrical approach that could be no one else but them...yet another five star album” — Popjunkie
“Inspirational...Their best album to date, in a career of highpoints” — Tender Prey
Plus Special Guests
The Deep Six
Featuring members of some of the most-loved bands of the 80s and beyond, DEEP SIX bring back the Rhythm & Soul to today's music scene. Fronted by Mark McGounden of MAKIN' TIME and UPPER FIFTH fame, that voice will instantly take you back to that swinging hammond band that gathered a very loyal following up and down the country.
On second guitar is Paul Hooper-Keeley, he of the mighty THREADS, Lincolnshire's finest array of Mod talent who put out a string of classic albums and singles in the '80s and with the multi-talented Tony Barbados banging the drums and Niall Keohane thumping the bass the line-up is complete. But this band are not revisionist, there are no re-working or covers here, just MODern soulful tracks that show that talent is something that sticks.
At The Flapper
Kingston Row, Cambrian Wharf, Birmingham B1 2NU
Tickets £8 from