We’re excited to return to the legendary venue, Hebden Bridge Trades Club in January next year for a four night festival.
Showcasing our current roster of bands we’re delighted to have Duke Garwood, M. Craft, Hooton Tennis Club, The Parrots, TOY, H. Hawkline, BRITAIN, Temples & special guests all playing the venue from Thursday 19th and Sunday 22nd of January.
We couldn’t resist returning to Hebden Bridge following our 25th anniversary celebrations last year. The Trades Club holds a place in our hearts and we can’t wait to get down in this top music venue.
There will of course be late night party vibes with the Heavenly Jukebox playing records too.
Here’s the full line-up with tickets on sale Friday 14th of October.
Thursday 19th January
Duke Garwood has released five studio albums including Heavy Love and Black Pudding, a collaboration with Mark Lanegan. A new album will be released early 2017.
Recorded after living at the edge of the Mojave Desert, M Craft’s third album Blood Moon is a score for seclusion, a set of piano recordings comparable to the work of Talk Talk or Sufjan Stevens. This will be his first show promoting it outside of London.
Friday 20th January
Hooton Tennis Club’s second album Big Box Of Chocolates was released in October and described by Mojo as “spontaneous and skewed, joyous and literate” and drew comparisons to Guided By Voices, Pavement and Big Star.
Spanish trio The Parrots play primordial, loose-hipped rock ‘n’ roll and released their debut album Los Niños Sin Miedo on Heavenly in 2016.
Saturday 21st January
London-based quintet Toy release their third album Clear Shot in October 2016. It has been described as an “interrogation yet of their rain drenched and mushroom-speckled Anglo-mystic roots, through Radiophonic Workshop, Comus and Fairport, COUM and acid house all the way back to the druids.”
Multi-instrumentalist player of odd-pop Huw Evans is H. Hawkline, rumoured to be from a “family lineage of 70’s radio DJ’s and Welsh Horror movie stars” and has worked with the likes of Cate Le Bon, Sweet Baboo and Gruff Rhys. He released his Heavenly debut In The Pink Of Condition in 2015 and returns with a follow-up in spring 2017.
Britain are a boy-girl duo from Preston, subtly blending elements of dream pop and post punk via a minimalist setup of guitar, synth and drum machine’. They are working on their debut EP, due for release in spring 2017.
Sunday 22nd January
Temples + special guests
Purveyors of new-psychedelia and space rock, Kettering quartet Temples’ 2014 debut album Sun Structures charted at No. 7 and was Rough Trade’s Album Of The Year. This is their first ever show in Hebden Bridge and precedes their anticipated follow-up in 2017.