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Hull Stage Times

For those of you going to the Hull gig, here are the stage times. These times are approximate and are subject to change. Tickets will be available to buy on the door.

DOORS OPEN – 6:00PM
The Hubbards 6:40PM to 7:35PM
Idlewild 7:50PM to 21:02PM
Doves 9:20PM to 10:50PM

Have a great night!

Hull Line-up

Joining Doves & Idlewild in Hull next Thursday are The Hubbards. A Hull based band who are well worth a listen. Check them out here.

Final tickets for the show are on sale here.

In other news, it was quietly announced at first but Sub Sub are making a return! Albeit a DJ set at the Warehouse Project, which is now housed at the Mayfield Depot, which across from Piccadilly station in Manchester of course.

A good looking line-up, which is headlined by the ever popular Hacienda Classical. I believe this has featured a certain Sub Sub track in the past!

Tickets are on sale here.

The Final Four

It seems ages ago now since Doves announced their live return. They’ve since played 12 shows across the UK & Ireland. They’ve got three shows to play this month before they wrap up their live return by playing under the big top at Gunnersbury Park in London on Friday September 6th.

August

22 Hull Innercity Live, Zebedees Yard Tickets
23 Victorious Festival, Portsmouth Tickets
31 Bingley Weekender Tickets

September

06 Gunnersville, Gunnersbury Park, London Tickets

White Flowers

Doves announced on Friday that White Flowers would be joining them at Gunnersville, London on September 6th.

Tickets for the gig are on sale now.

Here’s the press blurb on White Flowers, with an obvious interest for fans of Doves…

White Flowers are a duo from Preston blending drum machine, guitar, synth and haunting vocals to create their own noir world. The duo’s debut album has been produced by Doves’ Jez Williams and is due for release in early 2020.

White Flowers released their ‘Glimmer’ EP  last October, which was celebrated by The Line Of Best Fit as “arguably one of this year’s strongest debuts”.

The band’s first single from their debut album, ‘Porta’, is due to be released this September.

Check out White Flowers at Bandcamp

Birmingham Setlist

Perry Park, Birmingham. Photo by Alan Frost

Another outdoor Doves show, which means another day of rain! Of course the heavens opened today just in time for Doves to take the stage at Perry Park, Birmingham.

Thanks to Alan Frost for the above photo taken earlier today at Perry Park.

Here’s the setlist as posted to Doves Fans forum by Pete Haddock.

Doves next show is late next month in Hull on Aug 22nd. Tix remain on sale here.

Kendal Calling Setlist

Here’s the wetlist, setlist from Kendal Calling last night, posted to Doves fans by Tracey Smith.

Love this shot by Katie Priestley

Brighton rain umbrella

A cool snap by the Kendal Calling twitter

Brighton Setlist

Firesuite
Snowden
Rise
Black and White Town
Words
Sea Song
Last Broadcast
The Outsiders
Winter Hill
Kingdom of Rust
Pounding
10:03
Caught By the River

The Cedar Room
The Fear
Spaceface

Once again, thanks to mancbob for the “rough” setlist! Folks from the USA, Canada & Australia have traveled over for the 3 gigs this weekend! You folks have fun!

Brighton & Hove News reviewed the gig:

It’s an explosive set, covering their career to date. Every song has the crowd singing – and Jimi (who seems to be suffering with his throat a bit – some spray helps), looks genuinely touched by the support. He seems really humbled by the crowd joining in with songs from over 10 years ago, like he can’t believe they still remember the words!

An amazing experience to have seen this cult band, at such a unique venue. I shall never forget it.

Read the full review here.

Jimi, Kendal Interview

Brighton photo

I’m told the Brighton setlist was the same as London, including Spaceface! The rain poured on Brighton this evening throughout the gig, so I will let the folks dry out before expecting to hear anything more back regarding the show.

Anyhow, thanks to Dan Hisgett for posting images of the Kendal Calling programme on the Doves fans facebook group, which includes a really fascinating interview with Jimi. Lots regarding new Doves material, which by all accounts in the media so far, we should expect something next year! Exciting times. Is it too much to expect something before the end of the year? An EP perhaps?! Here’s the interview, click on the images to read the interview.

Yes, Doves most certainly tore the roof off the Royal Albert Hall. As gigs go, that night will live long in the memory for anyone that was there!

Brighton & Birmingham Set Times

Set times for Brighton:

5:00pm – The Twang
6:30pm – The Coral
7:30pm – Feeder
9:30pm – Doves
10:55pm – Event finishes

Full details at the Brighton Racecourse website. Birmingham..

If your going to either of these or Kendal Calling then have fun!

Sheffield Tramlines

Another festival in the bag for Doves, this time it was Tramlines in Sheffield. The accounts I’m hearing from this show, the crowd were well up for Doves return to Sheffield. The tent was packed and jumping as you can see from the video above.

Thanks to Bob, the setlist ran something like..

Snowden
Black & White Town
Words
Last Broadcast
The Outsiders
Kingdom of Rust
Pounding
10:03
Caught By the River
The Cedar Room
The Fear

A busy weekend ahead for Doves with headline shows in Brighton, Kendal Calling & Birmingham.

 

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