Henge to spread peace, love, and space-rave across the country

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Space-rock ravers Henge are bringing their eclectic sound to The Sunflower Lounge on April 7th, supported by experimental multi-instrumentalist Shunya.

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Ravelings of Earth, rebel! Absorb the mutated frequencies of Cosmic Dross. There are no Earth words to describe these sounds. But you will learn how to love and dance again.

This is your future. Put down the weapons. Unite. And colonise space.

If Douglas Adams wrote about a party band, it would be Henge.

Having set up their ‘Earth base’ in Manchester around four years ago, Henge have performed their deeply wholesome brand of space-rave to hundreds. Their elaborate costumes and stage set up make them the perfect party band, and as a result they’re in demand up and down the country in the run up to what’s sure to be a busy festival season. On April 7th they bring their intergalactic shindig to The Sunflower Lounge. Expect pumping bass, acid-house percussion, and a man with a plasma ball on his head.

Opening for Henge is Shunya, an Irish multi-instrumentalist who combines his classical violin experience with electronic and jazz influences. His live band ranges from a duo to a twelve piece, and he recently gained attention collaborating with DJ Yoda.

You can purchase tickets here, and see a full list of tour dates below.


February
8 – The Crescent Community Venue, York
15 – McChuills, Glasgow
16 – The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
17 – Maps Festival Closing Party, Newcastle upon Tyne
22 – Queens Hall, Warwickshire

March
2 – The Old Mill, Llanidloes
8 – Scala, London
9 – The Fiddlers, Bristol
29 – Bedford Esquires, Bedfordshire
30 – Exeter Phoenix, Exeter

April
05 – The Joiners, Southampton
06 – The Haunt, Brighton
07 – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
13 – Moving Parts: Newcastle Puppetry Festival, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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Emily Doyle

Visual artist, multi-instrumentalist, and scrounger. Always wearing headphones, probably listening to Ezra Furman, Sleater-Kinney or Goat.