Live at Leeds indie sensations for Harrogate Major Tom's gig
An exciting rock band that got a great review from Clash magazine for their recent in Live at Leeds fest show at Leeds Beckett University are to play Harrogate next week.
Fast rising five-piece outfit Fighting Caravans will be unveiling their latest single Blue Heart Motel at Major Tom’s Social on The Ginnel at 9pm on Thursday, May 12.Performing as headliners for non-for-profit independent music night Charm on Thursday, May 12, mssrs Clark, Day, Lees, Fletcher and Hagan first broke through with their debut EP Beasts of England early last year.Famed for their promordial rock n roll and echo-ing psychedelic guitars, their new single recorded and produced by Alex Greaves and will be released on 7" vinyl and digital download in July.In the build-up to the release, Figthting Caravans we'll be hitting the road round the UK including shows in Manchester, Edinburgh, Liverpool (Sound City) and Harrogate for Charm.Their show at last Saturday's Live at Leeds festival was reviewed by Clash magazine online:"Definitely ones to watch. Deep dulcet crooning tones, a love song-come-rock n roll waltz, and tracks filled with blood curdling rants, singer Daniel Clark seems possessed."In terms of their sound, lead singer Daniel Clark said: "Each member has slightly different influences which contributes to our sound. I think the one unifying style where the bands style began is 60’s/70’s American blues music.""As time progresses we’re learning more and more about ourselves as a collective. We’re trying to continue to exploit our strengths and writing style with a slightly more psychedelic, swooning sound."Charm with Fighting Caravans at Major Tom’s Social, The Ginnel, Harrogate, Thursday, May 12.For more information on Fighting Caravans visit www.fightingcaravans.bandcamp.comAdvance tickets from Harrogate Theatre box office