North Shields indie rock outfit Club Paradise have held no punches when it comes to playing live shows despite the uncertainty of COVID. After headlining Stockton's MUNRO last May and a sold out headline show at Newcastle's Cobalt Studios, they rounded out the year by featuring at Sunderland's first multi-venue festival, Waves, opening up for indie rock favourites The Magic Gang and the mighty Jaws on their UK tours.
With a number of releases under their belt for 2021 including their 80s esque anthem Do You Feel The Same?, pop banger Don't Call Me Over and indie rock-bop Friends Online, Club Paradise aren't short of new material and 2022 will be no exception with a multitude of releases coming from the band.
+ Special guests Plastic Glass + The Timewasters:
Plastic Glass blend punchy, riff-heavy indie rock with anthemic pop choruses to create their own unique sound, taking influences from a range of artists across the pop/rock world. After receiving support on their previous releases from the likes of Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music), Clint Boon (XS Manchester) and BBC Introducing, Plastic Glass are ready to propel their brand of infectious guitar music to the masses.
The Timewasters are an alt-rock band from Newcastle Upon Tyne, creating a 90s style vibe yet with a twenty-first century twist utilising chord progressions inspired by the likes of The Darkness and Nirvana.