NME Radar Tour returns to Wrexham
Last year saw the now incredibly famous La Roux come to Wrexham as part of the national NME Radar Tour. This year it returns to Central Station on Thursday 6th May with Manchester duo ‘Hurts’ headlining and hoping to repeat the same lofty expectations.
A local support band is needed for each of the Radar gigs and the NME personally insisted on having one of our best groups on the bill – Camera.
The infamous NME Radar Tour sees the very best in new and innovative talent tear through 13 towns across April and May, giving music fans the chance to see the hottest acts of tomorrow, today! This time round the top two acts on the bill hail from Manchester – still one of the biggest breeding grounds for music talent in the UK. Hurts and Everything Everything will be representing the hottest new music right now.
Hurts are Manchester duo Adam Anderson and Theo Hutchcraft. They wear their influences on their impeccably tailored sleeves, from disco-lento to Twin Peaks to The Righteous Brothers. Their live gigs; expect intensity and emotion. In the words of the NME Radar Editor Jaimie Hodgson, Hurts are
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