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GIGANTIC ALL DAYER Vol 5

GIGANTIC ALL DAYER VOL. 5A BIG, BIG LOVE… ANNOUNCING THE RETURN OF… GIGANTIC ALL DAYER BACK FOR A FIFTH MASSIVE VOLUME WITH… ECHO & THE BUNNYMENPlus Very Special Guests THE WONDER STUFF performing HUP & THE HITSTHE BLUETONES  + SPECIAL GUEST: JIM BOBJULIANA HATFIELD | JESUS JONES  CRAZYHEAD Plus Gigantic MCs & DJs Marc & Jason Jones– BANK HOLIDAY 25TH MAY 2019 – Returning revitalised after something of a year’s… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen, The London Palladium

Echo, Bunnymen, Patience and Grace…. The London Palladium, one of the most famous venues in the country, played host to one of Liverpool’s most famous bands in Echo & The Bunnymen. The band, who are celebrating 40 years in the music business, were in the mood to treat the crowd on a packed Thursday night, and they certainly knew how to do it.  “How we all doing!!”, enquires enigmatic front… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen Share New Video – Bring On The Dancing Horses

Echo & The Bunnymen have released a reimagined version of Bring On The Dancing Horses, streaming everywhere from now and available immediately as an instant grat via iTunes and the band’s official artist store.  Originally released as a stand-alone single in 1985, this soaring new version of Bring On The Dancing Horses is the opening track on the forthcoming Echo & The Bunnymen album, The Stars, The Oceans & The… Keep Reading

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New Album Release – Echo & The Bunnymen – The Stars, The Ocean & The Moon

Echo & The Bunnymen with further proof that they never stop For an amazing 40 years, Echo & The Bunnymen have proved pivotal to the British rock music scene. The trials and tribulations of this band have been well documented, but they remain as important as ever. And to justify that, the band release their new album, The Stars, The Ocean & The Moon. And it’s an album that covers that… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen – The Killing Moon

Bands rarely ever arrive as the full package. Some manage to achieve that status through a lot of effort and a bit of luck; often though, there’s a magical element that sits just out of reach. Echo & the Bunnymen were the full package – maybe the first band of my youth to achieve that. They had amazing songs and lyrics that provoked and inspired; stunning wit and a look… Keep Reading

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The Somnabulist: The new Track From Echo & The Bunnymen

Echo & The Bunnymen have released a new track from their forthcoming album, The Stars  The Oceans & The Moon, to be released by BMG on 5 October. The Somnabulist is a new Bunnymen track that stands proudly amongst those from the band’s undisputed imperial period; three and a half minutes of perfect, soaring melody and poetic lyrical melancholy. The track is available on all streaming and download platforms now. The… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen Twelfth Studio Album

Echo & The Bunnymen have released further details about their twelfth studio album. The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon will be released on 5 October and offers a set of new perspectives on one of the most majestic back catalogues of modern times: 21st century versions of thirteen classics including The Killing Moon, Nothing Lasts Forever and Rescue, re-recorded with synths and strings and things. The album also features… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen

The standard-bearers of Liverpool’s neopsychedelic movement, Echo and the Bunnymen’s moody, atmospheric music combined punk’s energy and edge with the Doors’ poetic theatricality. Self-consciously literary, outspoken, and sometimes arrogant (singer Ian McCulloch was known as “Mac the Mouth”), they never matched their popularity in Europe in the United States. Their influence can be seen in the attitudes and guitar textures of such ’90s English bands as Suede. The Bunnymen were… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen O2 Ritz, Manchester

While we may disagree on football, let’s all agree that Echo and the Bunnymen love Manchester and Manchester love the Bunnymen Mancunians and Liverpudlians don’t see eye to eye on a lot of things. Thankfully music is not one. Echo and the Bunnymen always receive the warmest reception from yet another sellout Mancunian crowd. The five-piece band, take to the stage, to bring us through material of what will be… Keep Reading

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