Inheaven / Newhampton Arts Centre @ Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton [13 February]

Inheaven / Newhampton Arts Centre


21
13
February
19:30 - 23:00

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Newhampton Arts Centre
WV1 4AN Wolverhampton
Future Perfect & Dork presents
INHEAVEN
Plus THYLA & Jump the Shark
Newhampton Arts Centre — Wolverhampton
Tuesday 13th February
16+ / 7.30pm / £9adv

On sale now: bit.ly/InheavenNAC

“Nodding to Pixies, Nirvana and The Smashing Pumpkins in a fuzz-emblazoned headrush.” – DIY

“Fast becoming one of the most irresistible bands on the scene.” – NME

“What we need now is a band willing to drown out everything we’ve seen – to distil all that pent up emotion, frustration and fear into a mixture that’ll take on the world. For that, we’ve got INHEAVEN.” – Dork

“Equal parts grunge, Britpop and shimmering 80s indebted dark pop.” – Clash

Fresh from a set at The Great Escape that inspired The Guardian to state, “Inheaven leave Brighton's new music shindig shaking”, INHEAVEN’s growing cult of devotees looks set to expand exponentially when they release their self-titled debut album on September 1st. To coincide with the announcement, the band have also shared a new video for their recent track ‘Vultures’ which compiles footage from their adrenaline-fuelled live experience.

Produced by Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Pixies, The Maccabees) and recorded at Rockfield Studios, INHEAVEN’s debut is the sound of a band who are set to change the lives of teenagers the length and breadth of the nation, and beyond. The life-affirming energy of their music combined with their individualistic ethos combine to make a band worth investing in beyond simply adding a few tracks to your Spotify playlist.

The album kicks off with ‘Baby’s Alright’, in which a prominent bassline that evokes the arresting openings of bands like The Ramones and The Damned merges into a rabble-rousing melody to make for a rallying call to arms. Although INHEAVEN are best known for evoking Slowdive and My Blood Valentine by layering dreamy vocals on vast waves of distorted guitars on tracks such as ‘Regeneration’, ‘Vultures’ is a very different beast. Its doomy, metallic opening riff erupts into life before Chloe Little’s urgently enunciated vocals provoke a radical change of pace. Not to be outdone, James Taylor’s stream-of-consciousness hook is delivered in a feral rush of punk ‘n’ roll.
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