Fans of The Libertines were left disappointed last year when the band were forced to cancel appearances at Blackpool Winter Gardens.
But they may be somewhat made up by the fact that the support band due to play these shows are going to be storming the seaside on their own headline tour.
Swansea’s rock ‘n’ roll trio, Trampolene, shall be performing at Bootleg Social on Topping Street on Friday April 27 and the show will be the first, of what will hopefully be many, in the town for London-based promoter This Feeling.
Trampolene have been touring relentlessly over the past two years and have become word of mouth hits after their notoriously sweaty basement sets and the release of their debut album, Swansea to Hornesey, at the latter end of last year.
Frontman Jack Jones has left many stunned by his songwriting and spoken word whether appearing with Trampolene or acting in as The Libertines touring poet.
Last year saw Trampolene dominating arena sized stages as they ventured the UK under the wing of Liam Gallagher.
Accompanying them on this tour will be fellow welsh garage band, The Himalayas, who’ve just returned from the thrilling career high of performing at SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, and Sheffield-based indie-pop trio Sophie and the Giants who supply swelling meoldies to dance along to.
The tour kicked off this week with a blistering Brighton set and a sold out show at Cardiff’s notorious Clwb Ifor Bach which was described by The Himalayas vocalist Joe Williams to be “an absolute blur.”
Tickets areon See Tickets at a cheaper advanced price of £8, compared to the on the door price of £10.
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