Sugarthief to headline The Flapper later this month ahead of its closure

After a successful 2017 playing festivals and shows across the UK, including supporting The Twang, the indie-rock band Sugarthief are to return to their Birmingham roots on June 26th to bid a farewell to independent music venue, The Flapper. The venue is due to close its doors on June 30th.


Violet, a grunge-groove band from the Midlands, capture the era of 90’s grunge in their latest single ‘Feel’ and will be one of the support bands appearing on stage later this month. New-to-the-scene duo Mass House , who have recently starting demoing in the studio, will also make an appearance as support.

Formed in 2015 by brothers Jordi and Jack James, Sugarthief have been accumulating well-deserved exposure and as a result are playing a slot at The Isle of Wight Festival later this month and also the local Sonic Gun Weekender in August. The band are currently putting the finishing touches to their first EP, and have hinted that more synth pop is to be heard in these songs.

If you would like to bid farewell to Birmingham’s iconic venue and celebrate the memories made with a line-up of local and unsigned talent, then you can get tickets here.

 

Sophia Lega

Sophia Lega

Hello - you'll find me in a library or most likely at a concert. I enjoy music from the likes of Ben Howard to Mallory Knox (and everything in between).
Sophia Lega
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