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By Kieran Webber

The Magic Gang have had an incredibly breakthrough year with their critically acclaimed debut release, now they are working on album number 2. However, before they burrow deep down into the studio the band are heading on three special All-Day ‘Life Of The Party’ shows in London, Leeds & Birmingham.

Each show will see The Magic Gang headline an intimate multi-room venue alongside a personally curated selection of their favourite rising artists. It’s a celebration of the British music scene, with a line-up that includes the return of Happyness and Brighton-based post-punks Kagoule as well as the likes of Jacob Slater, Dry Cleaning, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Do Nothing.

The Magic Gang commented, “Before we inevitably plunge ourselves into the ‘album two’ cycle, we thought we’d like to put on a lovely spread for everyone. Three all-dayers, with some of our favourite new artists playing. We feel very lucky to be joined by everyone on the bill, absolutely no one is to be missed.”


The full line-up for each show is:

November 23rd – London, Tufnell Park DomeThe Magic Gang with HappynessJacob SlaterAlan PowerTrebly And ArcLazarus KaneHappy CoupleSinead O’Brien and Blue Bendy.

Tickets available from tomorrow: https://www.seetickets.com/tour/the-magic-gang-all-dayer

November 30th – Leeds, Brudenell Social ClubThe Magic Gang with KagouleDry CleaningTreeboy And ArcIceheadThe Ninth WaveBuzzard Buzzard BuzzardDo Nothing and Ruthie.

Tickets available tomorrow: https://www.lunatickets.co.uk/event/the-magic-gang/brudenell-social-club/1425662

December 1st – Birmingham, AsylumThe Magic Gang with HappynessDry CleaningFlaresBuzzard Buzzard BuzzardDo NothingIcehead and Social Contract.

Tickets available from tomorrow: https://www.seetickets.com/event/the-magic-gang/the-asylum-hockley/1424214

In addition, The Magic Gang will commence an intimate underplay tour later this month that includes the follows dates. They round it off with festival sets at Glasgow’s Tenement Trail and Wild Paths in Norwich.


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