Tag: The Coral

GALLERY: The Coral @ Albert Hall, Manchester, 13.10.18

Step back in time to earlier this month, and reminisce The Coral’s fantastic show at Manchester’s Albert Hall.  With support from She Drew The Gun The Coral dove into a treasure trove of their greatest hits and squeaky clean, shiny,…

LIVE: Kendal Calling Festival, 2017

Finally, the countries quirkiest and most amalgamating festival is up and running again. The rain lashes down as families and wide-eyed youths alike slither though the sludge, hunting high ground to set up camp. Anticipations rise with the mud levels…

LIVE (Photos): Camden Rocks, 03.06.17

Yesterday, we decided to celebrate music and the way it brings us together with some of the best bands, new and not-so-new, at Camden Rocks Festival. From the jangly, nostalgic tunes of The Coral and catchy indie anthems of The Rifles, to…

Festival Guide: Camden Rocks 2017

Name: Camden Rocks Festival Where: 25 venues across Camden, London When: Saturday 3rd June Headliners: Feeder, The Coral, The Damned, Reverend and the Makers, Carl Barat and the Jackals… Also Featuring: The Rifles, Milburn, Pulled Apart By Horses, The King…

The Coral to headline Cotton Clouds Festival

Manchester’s newest festival Cotton Clouds has revealed it’s line-up, including The Coral, The Sugarhill Gang and Nick Heyward. Headlining the main stage with be The Coral, who will bring over two decades of material including their latest release Distance Inbetween and…

Birmingham’s newest festival reveals line up

Beyond The Tracks will be taking over Birmingham’s Eastside in September. The festival will take place in Eastside City Park, near Millennium Point, over September 15 to 17. The Friday will see electronic music pioneers Orbital headline with the Hartnoll…

LIVE: The Coral, Manchester Academy, 17.12.16

I’ve ended up seeing The Coral four times this year. Unintentionally, perhaps, but I’m by no means complaining; every time has been fantastic. What I’ve also noticed is that while various people who I’ve seen them with claim to only…

Gigslutz Editors’ Picks 2016

To say 2016 has been a bad year would be an understatement. Extreme hatred, violence, villains and the loss of many well-loved figures, it’s all been pretty tough to handle. More than ever, we’ve had to seek refuge in music….