Alternative rock band Hope & Social to perform in Norwich
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Hope & Social arrive in the city on their Feel Again tour for their first ever visit to the Norwich Arts Centre on October the 10th.
Their gut wrenching tunes are layered with drippings of passionate rock, northern soul, brass and horn sections that will most surely stir your soul.
BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson described them as having extraordinary songs and virtuoso performances, which produce beautiful moments.
The band record all of their studio based music in the crypt of a church in the depths of Yorkshire.
During the past nine years, they have played Glastonbury, people's houses and a few pubs along the way, prompting Glastonbury festival main man, Michael Eavis to say, 'That was amazing, here's your cheque'.
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While Q Magazine were quoted as saying, 'A big sound from this impressive outfit...inspired, anthemic, great'.
Visit hopeandsocial.co.uk to sample their music and their pay as you go music page.
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