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The History of Apple Pie + Death of the Author @ The Joiners - Southampton

Sunday is meant to be the Sabbath day. A day of rest and recuperation with the bliss of Monday’s impending doom nothing but a distant thought sliding towards the back of your mind. 538 more words

Reviews

New British Music Week: Tame by The History of Apple Pie

New British Music Week continues after a brief two-day technical-related respite with The History of Apple Pie. The five-piece from London have a hint of breakout band Chvrches about them- it mind be those prominent synths and that carefully mixed-up female vocals, but they’ve got that same feeling of something bubbling right under the surface in their latest single Tame. 98 more words

Single Review

INTERVIEW: The History Of Apple Pie

The History Of Apple Pie are Steph Min, Jerome Watson, James Thomas, Aslam Ghauri and Joanna Curwood. Formed in 2011, this energetic London five piece have already treated us to debut album… 476 more words

Interview

The History Of Apple Pie

The London band have a new video for a song off its new LP, FEEL SOMETHING (released Sept. 29).  It’s for “Jamais Vu.”

Artist Contact:  Facebook – Twitter – Website

Pop/Rock

30/09/2014 – The History of Apple Pie-Special Girl (2014)

New-Gazing rockers return with second album, that show’s their debut wasn’t a fluke

Last year when I heard Out of View (The History of Apple Pie’s debut) I would have sworn it was going to be massive. 443 more words

Music

29th Sept - 4th Oct: London Gigs Under a Tenner: The History of Apple Pie, Anushka, Kagoule, God Damn, Fear of Men, Les Big Byrd, Camera, Lay Llamas

A little later than usual this week, but let’s get on with it!

Monday, 29th September: The History of Apple Pie @ Rough Trade East ( 98 more words

GIG - The History of Apple Pie at The Joiners - Sunday 12th October 2014

The background: With Mona’s debut album getting so-so reviews, the Vaccines record underperforming, and Brother hardly becoming the stadium giants of their frankly unrealistic ambitions, it’s not been a vintage year so far for bands. 383 more words

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