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Busted return to New Slang | We're hiring | Pryzm shows from White Lies & Maggie Rogers.

We're still on our Christmas holidays this week (10th Jan), but we'll be back again next week with Rudimental followed by Blood Red Shoes. !

Coming up at New Slang

Rudimental

We're delighted to welcome Rudimental back to Kingston for an album release show with their T2OD Soundsystem.

Following on from 2015's We The Generation, Rudimental are back with their third full length album titled Toast To Our Differences, full to the brim with their acclaimed mix of drum and bass meets soul meets R&B, all combined with a huge range of guest vocalists including the likes of Jess Glynne, Tom Walker, James Arthur, Macklemore, Chronixx, Mr Eazi, Protoje and plenty more.

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Rudimental / New Slang
Thursday 17th January at New Slang

We're delighted to welcome Rudimental back to Kingston for an album release sho…
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Blood Red Shoes

Just before the release of their highly anticipated new album, b]Blood Red Shoes[/b] make their return to New Slang. The awesome indie-rock duo are following up from their 2014 self-titled record with their fifth full length Get Tragic. Expect lots of great and infectious garage-rock / noisey pop tunes, from the band with roots in Kingston.

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Blood Red Shoes / New Slang
Thursday 24th January at New Slang, 9:00pm

Just before the release of their highly anticipated new album, Blood Red Shoes mak…
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Just announced

Busted

Just after the release of their new album, Busted play at New Slang.

The band was last in town at New Slang for the release of Night Driver, they are now back to celebrate their fourth full length titled Half Way There. For the new album, they have taken a step towards the sounds of their roots, classic and infectious pop-punk influenced bangers with big, sing-along choruses.

James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis approached the project with a simple goal in mind: 'How do we make the ultimate Busted album?' They spent a year working on it and the result is a rush of melody and effervescent riffs as they blend huge arena-filling choruses with a classic pop-punk sound.

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Busted / New Slang
Thursday 7th February at New Slang, 9:00pm

Just after the release of their new album, Busted play at New Slang. The band wa…
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New Slang

As the shows get bigger, and the work to put them on at Pryzm increases, we need some extra help with running New Slang. We're hiring! We dont want to neglect the club part of what we do, and we need someone to help us keep the club fun. Youll need to be over 18, know your way around social media, and love to dance,.

Hours are flexible through the week and of course you'll need to be around on Thursdays from 9:00pm till 2:00am

sound like something you want to do? Send an email to shop@banquetrecords.com with New Slang job in subject, saying why it should be you.

Coming up at Pryzm

There's a few extra shows coming up which don't fall on New Slang nights, but is still us running the gigs.

White Lies

Just a couple of days before their new album is released, White Lies play at Pryzm.

We're super excited for the fifth full length album from the West-London trio, titled Five. Expect more of their amazing, emotive and synthy indie-rock tunes with post-punk influences whilst expanding into new territory. They've been in Kingston before, the last time was in 2016 but the first time was a whole decade ago when they played in the shop, we can't wait to celebrate this milestone with the band.

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White Lies / Boniface
Wednesday 30th January at Pryzm

Just a couple of days before their new album is released, White Lies play at Pryzm.…
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Maggie Rogers

Following the release of her new album, Maggie Rogers plays at Pryzm.

We're super excited for the debut Banquet visit from the critically acclaimed producer / songwriter, her major-label full length album titled Heard It In A Past Life is out just a few weeks before the show. Colourful and spellbinding mixes of folk and electro-pop. She wrapped up a giant tour supporting Mumford & Sons at the tail end of last year and is playing massive headline shows, don't miss her in this intimate setting.

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Maggie Rogers
Wednesday 20th February at Pryzm

Following the release of her new album, Maggie Rogers plays at Pryzm. We're sup…
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Thanks for reading, of course we have lots in the pipeline to make this a great year. Help us out and don't miss the mid-week announcements or any shows by following our socials for regular updates by liking us on Facebook and following @NewSlangClub on twitter.