Swedish indie-poppers at city venue tonight
Swedish indie-pop band Hari and Aino make their Norwich debut tonight, MOnday at the Queen Charlotte as part of a seven-date UK tour.
Swedish indie-pop band Hari and Aino make their Norwich debut tonight, MOnday at the Queen Charlotte (doors 8pm) as part of a seven-date UK tour.
Their self-titled album, full of jangly guitar and sweet vocals, has drawn comparisons with Blondie and the Long Blondes.
Support comes from the Foster Kids, whose LP At Home with the Foo Fighters has received positive reviews by bloggers ('chirpy pop bliss') and Event magazine.
Completing the bill is Norfolk singer-songwriter Normal For Norfolk, aka Andy Palmer, with his comedic songs about Norfolk life.
�3 on door
- 1 'God's waiting room' - Norfolk town is country's pensioner hotspot
- 2 Former vicarage set in one acre is up for sale - and it needs some TLC
- 3 RAF flypast to pass through Norfolk's skies
- 4 Thetford homes left with 'significant' damage following blaze
- 5 Star-studded line-up announced for free Norfolk festival
- 6 Norfolk's 100 Jubilee street parties revealed
- 7 Readers reveal top 10 fish and chips - but the battle is on for top spot
- 8 Person banned from driving arrested after crashing into pedestrian crossing
- 9 World record? 24 ducklings spotted waddling through Norfolk village
- 10 George Ezra to host album launch show in Norwich