Four-piece ‘waking-nightmare’ Tellison return to Northampton on Friday night.
Formed out of a shared love of unsuccessful indie rock bands of the late 1990s and early 2000s, they released two critically acclaimed albums and a clutch of sold-out, occasionally charting, singles about hope, loss, love and literature.
New single Tact Is Dead was released in March ahead of their third album which is due to follow.
Tellison comprise drummer Henry Danowski, guitarists Stephen Davidson and Peter Phillips and bassist Andrew Tickell.
They play the Charles Street venue on Friday, June 12. Support is by Algiers and Adolphus Tips.
Door open at 8pm, tickets cost £5 in advance via WeGotTickets or £6 on the door.
Tickets are on sale for The New Sounds Of Dance Music which is at the venue on July 16.
The event will be headlined by Zetan Spore and Ian Hasdell with support by Michael Mikey and Beats Brennan. Tickets cost £11 on the door.
For details, visit http://thelabnorthampton.club