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All Roads Lead To Frome 2018

Saturday, 23 June @ 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm

ALL ROADS LEAD TO FROME 2018

SATURDAY 23RD JUNE 

12pm – 11pm 

£10 Advance 

The first 200 people booking have the option to buy a ticket including a free physical copy of “The Fallen Host”album to be collected at the event. 

 

LINE UP ANNOUNCED SO FAR: 

BLUENECK (PLAYING THE FALLEN HOST IN FULL) 

THE ST PIERRE SNAKE INVASION

BEN MARWOOD & FRIENDS 

DEAF HORSE 

NON-CANON 

MISHKA SHUBALY 

HEARTWORK 

BRIGHTR 

COMPACT PUSSYCAT

+ MANY MORE ACTS TO BE ANNOUNCED 

 

 

BLUENECK (PLAYING THE FALLEN HOST IN FULL)

Post rock icons Blueneck will be playing their first UK show in 4 years performing their seminal record “The Fallen Host” in full at All Roads Lead To Frome 2018.

“The Fallen Host” was released through EMI Records nearly a decade ago to great critical and public response, the band will be revisiting the record across a select number of festivals in Europe. This will be a very rare UK appearance for the band who’s last 2 UK shows were at Glastonbury Festival and Arctangent Festival! This set promises to be something very special.

The first 200 people to buy tickets will recieve a free physical copy of “The Fallen Host”.

“A stunningly assured record” 8/10 Rock Sound

” This beautifully crafted record shows intelligent musicianship, which at times sounds outstanding.” 4/5 Alter The Press

“”The Fallen Host” is captivating from start to finish, it’s confident, it’s bold, but most of all, it’s beautiful” 8.5/10 Rockfreaks 

 

 

BEN MARWOOD & FRIENDS

Reading’s first or second most popular folk export depending on who you count and who you talk to, Ben Marwood has spent more than a decade treading the boards of toilet venues, back rooms, front rooms, arts centres, libraries, pubs, bars, underneath cinemas, clubs, bathtubs and one Olympic stadium. Somewhere along the way everything fell into place, thanks in huge parts to support from good friends on the folk scene, from Frank Turner (who secured him a place at the Xtra Mile dinner table) through to Jim Lockey, Oxygen Thief, Chris T-T, Franz Nicolay and more.

After a string of small-label singles and compilation appearances, Marwood found critical success with 2008 mini-album This Is Not What You Had Planned (Broken Tail Records), 2011 debut full-length Outside There’s A Curse (Xtra Mile) and, more recently, second album Back Down.

 

DEAF HORSE

Somerset based rockers Deaf Horse fuse post-grunge with a little psychedelic and blues rock. Comparisons have been to the likes of Smashing Pumpkins and Queens Of The Stoneage but Deaf Horse create a sound truely their own. 

 

HEARTWORK

Heartwork is the solo project of Daniel O’Dell, who has been making waves on the UK scene the past few years and is ready to break out. Having to cancel his performance at last year All Roads due to illness, we are delighted he is able to join us this year. Described by some as “Clearly cathartic, never cloying and ultimately uplifting and redemptive” with “real life tales of heartache expertly executed”.

 

 

BRIGHTR

Pretty melodic acoustic jams played by a semi-gloomy, but erratically chatty dude. Brightr has played over 200 hundred shows in 14 different countries since beginning in late 2014, from an abandoned train station in North Germany to a prestigious punk festival in Gainesville Florida. Spreading his own brand of gloomy-emo-pop music infused with a stage presence that can only be described as “group therapy”. Enjoy!

Details

Date:
Saturday, 23 June
Time:
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Website:
http://www.facebook.com/events/594620210929960

Venue

Cheese & Grain
Phone:
01373 455 420
Website:
www.cheeseandgrain.com

Organizer

Cheese & Grain
Phone:
01373 455768
Email:
office@cheeseandgrain.com