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    Approximate Schedule:
    7:30pm Elgar Room doors open
    8:00pm Tear
    8:40pm The Pheromoans
    9:35pm Tim Burgess
    11:00pm Event ends

    The Hall’s Elgar Room will host Tim Burgess, The Pheromoans and TEAR for the 4th year of Independent Venue Week.

    Tim Burgess is an English singer-songwriter and record label owner, best known as the lead singer of The Charlatans. As an ambassador for 2017’s edition of Independent Venue Week, he is taking some of his favourite acts of the moment on the road with him.

    The Pheromoans are a six-piece experimental rock band from the South East of England who deal in deadpan DIY music. They write songs for the end of the queue, songs that prowl the periphery, songs that stand up on the bus and stare out through the window, blasted through with brilliant sprawling sunshine.

    Their recordings largely focused on a ramshackle, wayward rock ethic, underpinned by lyricist Russell Walker’s dry, observational musings that tread an almost diary-like path throughout.

    London-based TEAR released their debut EP on Burgess’ O Genesis label in 2015, and have followed it with a string of intimate shows and festival performances. Their shows feel stripped back and raw, simmering with the kind of female rage that threatens to boil over at any minute. At times chaotic, TEAR are a band unafraid to push themselves to the furthest limits.

    TEAR sound like barbed wire wrapped around barbed wire.’
    Clash Magazine

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