Having already been dubbed as “the British version of Fleet Foxes”, Mono Club are a band whose harmony brimmed, psychedelic pop is nothing short of sublime. The bands first gig of the year takes place this Thursday, 22nd February at The Water Rats, London and is in celebration of the release of their debut album ‘Sky High and Submarine’ which comes out on 23rd March.
Mono Club formed from the remnants of Goldheart Assembly over the past two years and have released four tracks as of yet including album namesake ‘Sky High and Submarine’, ‘Memory Critical’, ‘Place Called Home’ and latest single ‘Best Laid Plans’. The band also brought on board singer-songwriter Lyla Foy late last year adding a more delicate side to their music. Having received support from the likes of BBC 6 Music, Radio 2 and more as well as their debut album being set for release next month, the future certainly looks bright for the band. Mono Club also played our #BLOGTOBER gig for Lost In The Manor last October and you can find photos from the gig here.
Support comes from Welfare, a Welsh singer-songwriter whose latest single ‘Sadie’ is a beautiful, slow-burner of a piano lead, delicate track. Welfare has also received support from BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio Wales.
Tickets for Mono Club’s gig at The Water Rats on 22nd February are £6 (including booking fees) and available here. This gig has since sold out, but if you’re lucky enough to have/find tickets in the meantime, we hope you have a great time! You can still listen to Mono Club below and also follow them on social media via the links below.