Tickets are now available for Dirty Laces at The Grace.
Fear, loathing, and pages of notebooks filled in between; North Manchester’s Dirty Laces edge closer to their anticipated debut LP. The past 12 months may have been tough, but Dirty Laces’ relentless work ethic has seen them become signed, collaborate with Ride drummer Laurence Colbert, and continue to release a stream of new music. With acclaim from BBC 6music (Chris Hawkins), Planet Rock (Wyatt Wendels) plus memories of shows at Salford Lads Club, a sold-out headliner at Manchester’s 600-capacity Gorilla, Tim Burgess’ North by Northwich, packed out tents at festivals such as the prestigious Kendal Calling, and their legion of Laces supporters never far from mind… the band will hit the road with a new UK Tour this Autumn and Shiiine On Weekender in November. In the meantime it is just a case of finalising that debut album tracklist. New single, ‘Breathe’ saw the band return to their Liverpool home at Parr Street Studios and reunited them with Seatbelts’ Alex Quinn (production/mixing). Together they have conjured an atmosphere previously unheard in the Laces’ catalogue from its Beatles-esque piano ballad opening, to capturing Queens Of The Stone Age recording techniques through pushing the studio’s vintage drum kit to its limit. Dirty Laces are Tom Edwards (bass), Charlie Jordan (vocals), Luke Dec (guitars), Jacob Simpson (guitar) and Luke O’Reilly (drums/percussion).
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