Birmingham quintet Ivory Wave have already established a reputation as local heroes. Their exuberant, party-starting mix of swaggering indie attitude, dance floor-filling beats and glistening synths inspires chaotic scenes wherever they go. Their songs speak of the experiences of youth across the country, but their gigs offer pure escapism with a sea of fans singing along as smoke-bombs amplify the hedonistic vibe.
Ivory Wave is building towards an even bigger future by announcing that their debut EP Dream Nights will be released on November 8th and can be pre-ordered here: www.ivorywaveuk.com
Check Out Their Latest Video “Uptown” Below:
Ivory Wave are five long-term friends in their early twenties who share an eclectic range of influences – from Oasis and The Stone Roses to Bowie, Sex Pistols and Human League. Based in a lock-up in Birmingham, their mission statement was to blend those influences into a modernist sound which would connect with their own generation.
The band – completed by Connor McMinn (guitar), Luke Morris (bass), Seb Baldwin (drums) and Rob Clarke (synths) – have developed a growing but devoted fanbase with a string of independently released tracks as well as gigs with the likes of the DMA’S and The Twang. It’s a grassroots approach which has further flourished through festivals including the Isle of Wight, Truck and Y Not.
UK TOUR DATES:
15th – Shiiine On Weekender(main stage)
16th – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2(headline show – in association with This Feeling)
21st – Liverpool, Hanger 34 (supportingJAWS)
22nd – Edinburgh, The Mash House(supportingJAWS)
23rd – Newcastle, Riverside (supporting JAWS)
29th – Leeds, The Wardrobe(supporting JAWS)
30th – Coventry, The Empire (supporting JAWS
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