O2 Academy Brixton

Review Of Newcastle O2 Academy Show

Newcastle’s Sunday Sun newspaper, yesterday published a short review of Doves’ recent show at the city’s O2 Academy.

Sunday Sun

IT was a shaky start for Doves at Newcastle’s O2 Academy, but the Manchester indie band certainly didn’t fail to impress.

Launching into their opening song Jetstream, technical problems forced them to stop, dash off stage and start the whole thing again.

But no one cared and the band careered through their finest past hits, as well as plenty from their new album, Kingdom of Rust.

To read the full review, click here.

The Return Of Forever Heavenly

NME.com has reported that Doves (along with Hot Chip) have been instrumental in resurrecting the legendary Forever Heavenly club night in London.


Legendary London club night Forever Heavenly is set to relaunch next month to coincide with the second of Doves’ two London gigs.

The night, which will return on May 1, was acclaimed over ten years ago for a series of legendary nights at the Turnmills venue.

The night will now return –acting as the unofficial aftershow for Doves’ O2 Academy Brixton gig on the same night –with the likes of Hot Chip and Playgroup getting involved.

The all-nighter will take place at the Corsica Arts Studio in Elephant And Castle.

To read the full article, click here.

Tickets are available by visiting this link.