I Am Kloot roll into Birmingham this weekend for a show at The Institute and we have three pairs of tickets to give away.
The band will be showcasing tracks from their latest album, Let It All In, the Guy Garvey and Craig Potter produced follow-up to 2010’s Mercury Prize-nominated Sky At Night.
If a renowned poet can’t sell it with words, no one can. So upon it’s release, the band asked award-winning British icon Simon Armitage to spurt a few lines on the new album for the sleeve. “There’s something familiar and immediate about the sound they make, so much so that even a new song can find a place in the memory vault, even before it’s finished playing, as if we’d been listening to it for years,” he said. We might have said it was really, like, good. And stuff.
On the Birmingham leg of the tour, £17.50 will get you into The Library at The Institute, but for a lucky few we have three pairs of tickets for you to get your grubby mitts on.
To win, tell us: What band are producers Guy Garvey and Craig Potter more commonly associated with? Send your answer, name and age to [email protected] by midday on Friday, April 12. Winners will be notified by email.
Watch the video for Hold Back The Night by I Am Kloot below: