4 piece Canadian Indie Rockers Appollo Ghosts stop by as part of their UK tour.
Their new album ‘Pink Tiger’ is a 2 part, 22-song masterpiece.
Part 1, “Pink” (LP 1, tracks 1-11), is an intimate home recorded acoustic based cycle that grapples with loss, illness, death, and memory. Part 2, “Tiger” (LP 2, tracks 12-22) is an exuberant indie-garage rock celebration of the persistence of friendship, music, and hope. Apollo Ghosts draw on a long history of independent and locally focused music making, from Flying Nun to K Records to their own Vancouver scene, to reinvigorate indie guitar rock songwriter with ambition and poise.
James Leonard Hewitson returns to Base Camp, this time flying solo with an energetic and thought provoking set. Here’s a video of him singing on Seaton Carew beach…
Sorry Escalator top the bill for the night with their dreamy rock, chiming guitars and pure pop melodies. We've been fans of absolutely everything these guys have done and their live performances are something else. Get to the front with the dancers.