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Next playing:
16 February
£8 ADV

TIDES

TIDES is a hard rock band based in London. The band was formed by Lead Singer Evelyn May and Lead Guitarist Lawrence Hall, who left a mutual previous band in London to create the music that they'd always desired to make together. After working on the band's material for over a year, and trialing a number of musicians to fill the other two places for several months, the pair recruited Bassist Bill Muxworthy and Drummer Ryan Turgoose to join the line-up in 2017. In working on building a fan base, TIDES have headlined some of the UK’s most well-known venues for supporting fresh bands and artists including London’s Camden Assembly, Thousand Island, The Black Heart and The Fleece in Bristol in 2018, with the intent to capture the attention of new audiences and industry professionals alike. The band plans to take their music overseas in the coming months, aiming to tour as much as possible both in the UK and abroad. TIDES will be kicking off 2019 by playing Icebreaker Festival in Portsmouth, UK on the 26th of January. To give new listeners a taste of what TIDES are capable of, the band released their debut EP Inventing Lives on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Play and other streaming services on the 28th of April 2018. Despite taking influence from Muse, Rage Against the Machine and Queens of the Stone Age, the band's music is still somewhat hard to classify stylistically.

TIDES - London (Live at 93 Feet East)

Upcoming events with TIDES

16 February
19:15
The Underbelly
£8 ADV