The band perform live at the Kendall Calling festival.
The band records a three-tracks live session for Radio X [Link to Session], including Lunatic, Supernatural, You Opened Up My Heart, and I Saw A Ghost. In an interview, Aaron talks to Kennedy about the band’s progress.
We’ve got a strong commitment to memorable melodies…We’re ‘all killer no filler’…I spent a lot of time when we first started out, trying to sound more like everybody else, trying to sound more indy. But I’ve got a reasonable range and as I’ve developed and become more confident in what I’m doing it’s become more honest and truthful. It seems to be working.
Aaron, Kurtis and Jim perform an acoustic version of Lunatic, from the album Build A Tower, on Granada Reports.
The band perform a semi-acoustic set at HMV Manchester.
The band performs I Saw A Ghost, from their album Cavalcade, on BBC 5live Afternoon Edition.
The band release a video of their Albert Hall, Manchester, concert, which was held on November 24, 2017.
The band releases a performance of You Opened Up My Heart, played at Manchester’s Albert Hall.
The band release a video of a live performance of Block Out The Sun, from their debut album, with Duddell and The No. 6 Ensemble.
The band perform a seven-song acoustic set inside Manchester’s Fred Perry store.
The band release a live video performance of Lunatic, from their show at Manchester’s Albert Hall.
The band play at the Ritz, Manchester, to a sold-out crowd of 1500. This is the first performance of Through The Shadows. As the band takes a bow, James gives a message to the fans:
We all go to work just like you. We all have day jobs just like you. We don’t have anyone who’s giving us loads of money. So the fact that you are all coming out to spend money on us. Everything you spend comes straight back into this band. Thank you very much. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The band appear on The Sound Check, playing I Saw A Ghost, Forever In Your Debt. Aaron:
I Saw A Ghost came in a dark morning. As you can image by the lyrics it’s quite a sombre track…what I try to do in the lyrics is write stuff that people are feeling, but can’t articulate.
Kustis and Aaron Starkie perform Forever in Your Debt for the BBC in Manchester.
Kurt & Aaron Starkie perform a cover of David Bowie’s Life on Mars at Sound Control in Manchester.
The band perform Plant The Seed on the Jack Rocks This Feeling stage at the Isle of Wight Festival.
The band perform Start Again, from their album Cavalcade, at the World Book Night in Manchester’s Central Library. Aaron Starkie:
We’ll be the first band to play here. We feel really privileged to be involved.
The band perform an acoustic set for Matter of Sound, at Manchester Library. Aaron Starkie:
It was nerve-wracking, but it was cool. It’s quite a good sound in there — I was surprised.
Kurtis Starkie performs Window.
Kurtis Starkie performs Never Look Back.
The band record a one-shot acoustic performance of Block Out The Sun, from their album The Slow Readers Club.
The band plays Block Out The Sun at at Sofar Manchester.
Kurtis Starkie releases a video performance of Mr Mystery.
Omerta performs Follow me Down.
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