Young Romance Pale Second press (/250) is in now! They've supported Mystery Jets, Summer Camp and Slow Club in Kingston - now we're excited to be releasing the debut from excellent local indie-pop duo Young Romance. 'Pale' is a coming of age for Kingston-based Young Romance. Having played together in bands for many years, it looks like 2014 is set to be the year where Paolo and Claire make their mark. Their musical evolution wraps joyous vocals depicting a sorrowful narrative in a blanket of distorted guitars - Young Romance draw on influences from Mystery Jets, Velvet Underground and The Kills to create an infectious take on alt/indie-pop. Fans of everything from The Vaccines to Summer Camp and The History Of Apple Pie will find something special here. Pressing info First press white / 250 Second press grey / 250 http://www.facebook.com/YoungRomanceMusic Banquet Records 7"
Young Romance Tuesday 6th November at Banquet Records, 6:00pm Celebrating the release of their new album, Young Romance play in the shop. Don't Look marks the second full length release from the indie-pop duo that follows on from their 2016 debut full length Another's Blood. They've had a busy couple of years since, heading out on tours with the likes of The Wedding Present and The Primitives. We're super excited to be releasing their album and having them play in the shop again. Recorded in a studio on an island in the Thames, the second Young Romance record sees the band experimenting with a more visceral and raw sound. Written primarily in their West London rehearsal space, the songs aim to capture the high energy of New York punk and the pop sensibilities of 60's girl groups. In-store Grade B. Priority will be given to anyone who orders a copy of Don't Look from us. CD | LP Past Event
Young Romance Friday 25th November at Banquet Records, 6:00pm All tickets are for collection at the shop on the evening of the in-store. Please bring your order number with you.CDs for collection at the shop; as the LP's not expected until the first week of January, these will be posted.On the day of release of their long-awaited debut album Another's Blood, Kingstons finest, Young Romance play an all ages set in the shop! If you're into bands such as Mystery Jets, Slow Club, Summer Camp or Peace, then you won't want to miss this.Mary Chain guitars collide beneath Claire's vocals recalling Kate Bush in her heyday. This is a band that don't just have the sound, they have the songs to match too - NMEA towering blaze of weighty drums and smouldering, grunge-tinged guitar. – The Line Of Best Fit 6pm start. In-store Grade C. Priority will be given to anyone who orders a copy of Another's Blood from us. If you've already pre-ordered the CD or LP from us, hit UPGRADE and put your album order number in the Comments box when you check out. We'll sort you out with a ticket. Upgrade orders without album order numbers will be cancelled. Upgrades are one per customer. CD | LP Past Event
Black Honey / Young Romance Thursday 20th September at The Fighting Cocks (18+ SHOW) All tickets for this show are for venue collection - you'll just need to give your name and order number on the door. The night before their hugely anticipated self-titled debut album is released, Black Honey play at The Fighting Cocks. After a string of great singles and building up a wave of excitement with their undeniably infectious mix of indie-rock that's laced with grooves and attitude, we couldn't be more happy to have them finally visit Kingston for an all ages set in the shop and this 18+ show at The Fighting Cocks. "Bursting out of the ether in 2014 with their squalling guitars, vivid colours and cinematic vignettes, there’s no other British band out there quite like Black Honey. Having spent the last four years perfecting the indie game, everything you think you know about them and their unique surrealist world is about to be wonderfully shaken up as they prepare to release their hugely anticipated debut album. With contradiction at every turn, it’s an album that celebrates being human, in all its different forms and by doing so, will touch the hearts of everyone that hears it." Support for this show will come from Young Romance! 8:30pm - Doors 9:00pm - Young Romance 9:45pm - Black Honey The Fighting Cocks is an 18+ venue. Please bring photo ID. The Fighting Cocks is at 56 Old London Road, Kingston, KT2 6QA Albums+Tickets are available from £12 or more ticket options are available here. Tickets for the all ages set in Banquet Records can be found here. PLEASE NOTE: If you choose Collect In-store as your delivery option your full order, including tickets, will need to be collected from our shop rather than from the venue. Past Event
Peace / .Young Romance Thursday 19th February at New Slang New Slang is proud to welcome back Peace shortly after the release of their anticipated new album Happy People The Birmingham 4-piece's debut was one of 2013's standout breakthrough indie-rock albums and one of our faves. We've already heard three brilliant singles from Happy People and know this is going to be another huge album for the guys. Cannot wait for this! Fans of Maccabees, Foals, Swim Deep and Jaws will be into this Support from Kingston's ace noise-pop duo Young Romance who you might've seen at New Slang supporting Mystery Jets, Satellite Stories or Summer Camp. They release a new EP in a couple of weeks time! Stage times: Young Romance 9:45 Peace 10:45 Aftewards its New Slang as usual and we dance to alt.indie hits from the likes of Jungle, Arctic Monkeys, Superfood, Django Django and many more until 2AM. Please Note: McClusky's is an 18+ venue. Valid PHOTO ID will be required. Past Event
Summer Camp / .Young Romance Thursday 12th September at New Slang Tickets available on the door Summer Camp at New Slang Marking the launch of the new, selt-titled, album, the boy/girl (husband//wife) duo are back in Kingston. A spellbinding live show of some gorgeous, if sometimes twisted, dark songs with a pop sheen. With strong roots in Kingston, Summer Camp is always great at New Slang. Support comes from from local indie pop duo Young Romance Grab a copy of the album and a ticket for £7! After the bands it's usual club prices of £5 and we'll be playing tunes from Haim to Vaccines, Rob DeLong to Disclosure, until 2am. Room 2 will become Good On The Dancefloor and entirely dedicated to Arctic Monkeys. Their new album AM is released that week and we will celebrate this by only playing Artic Monkeys songs from their ever-growing backcatalogue of killer songs! Please Note: McClusky's is an 18+ venue, valid PHOTO ID will be required. new slang ticket Past Event
Mystery Jets / Young Romance. Thursday 3rd May at New Slang Tickets will be available on the door tonight Mystery Jets are coming back to town! The band are real New Slang faves and they're no strangers to New Slang, Banquet or Kingston, having played a couple of instores, this being their third New Slang gig. The local band have a rich history in Kingston. Despite Kai Fish playing a New Slang show recently, it'll be nearly a year a since the full band has been in town. We're delighted to have them back. This is an album release show to promote new album Radlands. What we've heard to date hints this is evert bit as good as we'd hoped for. We've a stupid good deal on this one. You can get yourself a ticket for the show and a copy of the new CD 'Radlands' for only Â£8..... Â£8! Mystery Jets have some big shows this summer, including a Brixton Academy show as part of their UK tour, headlining Truck Festival, the Great Escape festival. and more. But we're very happy they've come back to New Slang for an album release show. Support them back by picking up the album and ticket combo. Support from Kingston indie-pop duo Young Romance We are expecting this one to sell out in advance After the bands we love to play indie/alt hits spanning a range of Maccabees to King Charles, M83 to Pulled Apart By Horses, until 2am! Doors at 9pm. Please Note: The Hippodrome is an 18+ Venue, Valid PHOTO ID will be required new slang ticket Past Event