Their poppy sound will suit your Friday night just fine with tracks that are unbelievably easy to bop along to aswell as get lost in, whilst the newly refurbished Castle & Falcon is set to sell out for the night.
The all-male quartet successfully put themselves on the map with their most popular singles, Addicted (2015) and Mixed Signals (2016). The infectious intros have you feeling like you’ve heard them a million more times than you have, making you feel right at home at their gigs, as they take us through topics of heartbreak and love.
You only have to take a swift glance at the instagram and twitter account of the band to get a glimpse into their keen eye for capturing moments in polaroid form; this is a band dedicated to stealing your attention for all the good reasons. Cue another sold-out gig for The Night Cafe. Get tickets below!
More shows have sold out and the rest are selling fast. Final tickets here: https://t.co/dwXMFr1I5z
Can't wait for this tour x pic.twitter.com/d04w88Cije
— The Night Café (@nightcafeband) January 9, 2018
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