Live: Spacebomb Share Lineup for Barbican Revue Show

Spacebomb and its House Band will bring a slice of Richmond, Virginia, to the Main Hall at London’s Barbican for a one-night-only Revue on Friday 6th October

Hosted by Spacebomb Records figurehead Matthew E. White, the Revue will see the Spacebomb House Band embellished with a horn section and a chorus of strings, backing some of the finest artists to have worked with Spacebomb in some capacity over the past 12 months

Initially assembled by White, and with Trey Pollard as the ever in-demand arranger (most recently he produced the music for the S-Town Podcast), the Spacebomb House Band has asserted itself as a musical unit second-to-none in the studio and on stage alike, its sum greater than its parts, its sound immediately identifiable

On the night, Spacebomb will welcome to the stage guests including Natalie Prass, Slow Club, Mike Scott (of The Waterboys), Bedouine, Cocoon, Georgie, Foxygen, Charlie Fink (Noah and the Whale) and Howard Ivans (The Rosebuds)

All of the above have either had their album made at Spacebomb Studios (in Richmond, Virginia), had their album released by Spacebomb Records, or had strings and horns produced / recorded by Spacebomb

This special night will be the first time all have been brought together in one place. Speaking about the occasion, Matthew E. White has shared: “Spacebomb has been growing rapidly over the past few years and throughout that time we’ve been very fortunate to work with wide range of amazing artists from across the world. No better way to celebrate than bringing us all together in one place to play some music. This is it, the full band, the strings, the horns and all our friends and collaborators playing in one place. We are, in our entirety, coming to London”

Tickets for the Revue are on sale now from here: SpacebombRevue

All ticket holders will be automatically entered into a special competition. Picked at random, two lucky ticket holders will win return flights, accommodation, and spending money for a trip to Richmond Virginia, to see the city where the music is made and to visit Spacebomb Studios