YourMum presents: Teenage Fanclub

YourMum is exploding with joy to announce that indie legends, Teenage Fanclub, will be making their long overdue live debut in Hong Kong on Feb 1 at The Vine.   

From their formation in the late 80’s through their eleven studio LPs and two compilations, Teenage Fanclub have gone from scrappy indie underdogs, through band-most-likely-to, eventually arriving at the status they’ve held ever since: one of Britain’s most beloved cult bands. Not liked, or admired, or respected: beloved. 

One of the marquee Creation Records artists of their time, their label mate Liam Gallagher famously called them the “Second best band in the world” (after Oasis of course).  It was their third LP and first on Creation – 1991’s ‘Bandwagonesque’, which shot the group to a truly global audience.  Melding vocal harmonies with walls of guitar, they found their voice combining the songwriting quality of classic 60s and 70s rock and pop with the devil-may-care charm of the C86 Scottish indie scene they sprang from.  Critically acclaimed, ‘Bandwagonesque’ beat Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ to be named Spin magazine’s No 1 album of 1991 (also beating out U2, R.E.M. and My Bloody Valentine in the process). read more

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YourMum presents: Wednesday Campanella

For fans of: Perfume, BiSH, Suchmos, Kenshi Yonezu, Tricot, DAOKO

 

YourMum is delighted to announce Japanese sensations Wednesday Campanella are returning to Hong Kong for their first headline show on Oct 12 at MusicZone, KITEC.  Having wowed audiences at Clockenflap 2017 with their stunningly show-stealing performance and insatiably catchy tunes, fans can now look forward to their debut, solo show in town.

 

The electro pop trio comprised of singer KOM_I, and bandmates Kenmochi Hidefumi and Dir.F, have crafted a sound, look and show which is like nothing else.  Fusing J-pop, Hip-hop, Tropical House, Future Garage and EDM – delivered with their trademark quirky kaleidoscope of imagery and style.  Their EP ‘UMA’ catapulted the group into the Japanese limelight in 2016, quickly establishing themselves as local stars, followed up by 2017’s LP ‘Superman’ which shot them to a broader global audience.  Following Clockenflap last year, the group were the only Japanese act invited to perform at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw festival and they continue to grow in profile across both the East and West. read more

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