Live Gig Videos: Subculture featuring Guillemots, the Joy Formidable and Morning Parade

By on Wednesday, 3rd August 2011 at 2:00 pm
 

From the folks at Fred Perry Subculture we have some live gig videos from some of TGTF’s favourite acts.

Guillemots (pictured above) returned in 2011 with a new album in April, ‘Walk the River’ (Braden’s review here) and we have an entrancing live performance of ‘I Must Be a Lover’ at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms. The hard-rocking Joy Formidable give us a blinding live version of ‘A Heavy Abacus’, their current single. (I interviewed the band in March: you can read the interview bits here: part 1 | part 2 | Quickfire Questions.) And the last video is of Morning Parade performing ‘Us and Ourselves’; look for the Essex band’s new album to drop in October.

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