Space have sold over 2 million albums world wide with titles including Spiders, Tin Planet and Suburban Rock and Roll. They have also released 10 top 40 singles and a host of other single releases to-date with titles including Neighbourhood, Female of the Species, Me and You Vs The World, Avenging Angels, Dark Clouds, and Begin Again.
Their 2015 album, Attack Of The Mutant 50ft Kebab, is their first new album for nine years. Proud to note how Space have always stood out from the ‘normal,’ lead singer Tommy Scott states that their latest album has the usual signature Space quirkiness, with some extra ingredients added to the mix.
He describes the songs as a mish-mash of SKA, Punk and the classic Space sound: “When we tour, we love playing the old stuff, but I always knew I wanted to record some new material. We know the fans like to hear the old classics from our multi-million selling albums Spiders and Tin Planet, but we wanted to give them something extra”, and this show is set to be just that.
FEMALE OF THE SPECIES
THE BALLAD OF TOM JONES
and ME AND YOU VERSUS THE WORLD
Temples Of Youth
Temples of Youth are an upcoming and acclaimed electronic duo from Winchester, UK. Their music consists of powerful female vocals, against a soundscape of ambient synth and shimmering guitar. Dig a little deeper and you will find some big themes explored in their work which has often been compared to artists such as Daughter, Beach House and London Grammar. Paul Gumma and Jo Carson began working on their live set in December 2015, with the desire to bring their music to the stage with a limited number of hands; Jo on percussion and Paul on guitar, utilising samplers and effects to recreate their sound.
Their ever growing emotive body of work has attracted the attention of BBC Introducing, and the pair were invited in for live sessions for BBC Introducing South and BBC Introducing Solent. Their first track Enso, was selected by Steve Lamacq for airplay on his BBC6 Radio Show and their third track, Dunes, was played by Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1. Temples of Youth were named 'Ones to Watch in 2017' by Frank Turner and Huey Morgan at last year's Best of British Unsigned Awards.