Doves poised to fly in Thetford Forest
Colin WilsonManchester band Doves play the third concert of the Forestry Commission's Live Music Series at High Lodge, Thetford Forest on Saturday (gates 6.30pm, gig 7.Colin Wilson
Manchester band Doves play the third concert of the Forestry Commission's Live Music Series at High Lodge, Thetford Forest on Saturday (gates 6.30pm, gig 7.30pm).
Doves' critically-acclaimed debut album Lost Souls (2000) was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and was followed up by their subsequent chart-topping albums The Last Broadcast (2002) and Some Cities (2005).
Last year saw the release of their long-awaited fourth album Kingdom of Rust, which entered the album charts at number two.
They gave a memorable performance at the BBC Electric Proms, performed on the main stages at Latitude and John Peel stage at Glastonbury and in December played their biggest-ever headline show at Manchester Central.
In April Doves released the collection The Places Between: The Best Of Doves.
Fans can expect to hear Jimi, Jez and Andy's choice of tracks from their twelve-year career. From the number three hit There Goes The Fear to the Motown thump of Black and White Town to the kraut-rock inspired Jetstream.
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Main support comes from Cherry Ghost who recently supported Doves on their indoor UK tour. The band already have a highly sought after music industry accolade under their belt as a winner of the Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song with People Help The People.
Opening will be hotly-tipped Woodbridge indie-pop act The Cheek.
t 01842 814612, www.forestry.gov.uk/music, �28, plus booking fee