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SOLD OUT - Squid announce ‘Fieldworks’, a socially distanced UK tour of work-in-progress new music which presents a unique opportunity for fans to witness Squid’s creative process first-hand.


About the event

Doors 7pm
Laundromat 7.30pm
Squid 8.30pm

The bar will be open to ticket holders from 7pm. We are not able to serve food before or after the show, but the bar will serve crisps, nuts and popcorn.

Special socially distant seating arrangements have been prepared for this event.

Do not forget to bring your See Ticket with you (printed or on mobile) and have it with you at all times.

Please read this important information before attending the event

We have put certain measures in place to comply with Step 3 of the government guidelines. These may make the day feel a little different, but they are for your safety.

  • We are obliged to support the government’s Track & Trace system. Please download the NHS Covid-19 app on your phone to scan the QR code at the door. Alternatively, we will ask you to sign in with your name and telephone number.
  • Please wear face coverings at all times, unless you are eating or drinking.
  • Please make sure you are at your seat in the auditorium before you eat or drink

Thank you for your understanding and patience.

Tickets £40 (for pair of seats)

Squid have always flourished when fleshing out new material in front of fans, feeding on their energy to create something transcendental. It takes a fearlessly forward-looking band to take this unexpected turn and play exclusively new ideas. Tickets will be limited to x2 per purchase.

Purchase their new album from the Squid store, Bleep or Bandcamp

The ‘Fieldworks’ tour is a unique opportunity for fans to experience something different in some beautiful and unusual settings before the band set out on their July headline UK tour where fans will be able to hear ‘Bright Green Field’ live for the first time.

Squid on the ‘Fieldworks’ tour: “With all this time rooted in one place we’ve been hard at work writing new music together. We thought that this little tour of places, off the beaten track, would be a great opportunity to show you all some new tunes and some REALLY new tunes. We can’t wait to play some places that aren’t on the traditional touring circuit and see all your faces.”

Bright Green Field features field recordings of ringing church bells, tooting bees, microphones swinging from the ceiling orbiting a room of guitar amps, a distorted choir of 30 voices as well as a horn and string ensemble featuring the likes of, Emma-Jean Thackray and Lewis Evans from Black Country, New Road. However, for all the innovative recording techniques, evolutionary leaps, lyrical themes, ideas and narratives that underpin the album, it’s also a joyous and emphatic record. One, that marries the uncertainties of the world with a curious sense of exploration, as it endlessly twists and turns down unpredictable avenues.

Formed in Brighton, Squid are: Louis Borlase (Guitars & Vocals), Ollie Judge (Drums & Lead Vocals), Arthur Leadbetter (Keyboards, Strings, Percussion), Laurie Nankivell (Bass & Brass) and Anton Pearson (Guitars & Vocals).

All ages: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult

NO FLASH/RECORDING

LATECOMERS ADMITTED THROUGHOUT