THEY started the year as tour support to The Blackout, and are now rounding off a headline stint of their own.
On Wednesday night the Sonic Boom Six tour bus parks up at The Craufurd Arms.
We get the band in the same week as their new single Keep on Believing hits the racks – it’s out on Monday.
“Personally this is my favourite song off the album as it reminds me of when I got into music and bands and how passionate and positive music can make you feel,” front woman Laila K says of the new issue.
Radio 1 approved, and with a warmly received second album doing good things, SBS are on the up and up.
Catch a well-oiled live machine in peak condition from 7.30pm.
CITY Nights Loves....
Beyonce’s lip-synching shame, Hacktivist’s impending tour with Enter Shikari, a sneak preview of Dolly Parton musical 9 To 5 (at MK Theatre March 4-9...tickets on sale now) and these musical ticks that have infiltrated our brains:
1 Clutch – Earth Rocker (advance)
2 The Truth & RKZ – Things I’ve Seen
3 Heymoonshaker – Shakerism
4 Biffy Clyro – Black Chandelier
5 Reporters – Life Isn’t Televised
MANCUNIAN trio I Am Kloot have struck musical gold with their new album Let It All In.
“There’s something familiar and immediate about the sound they make, so much so that even a new song can find a place in the memory vault, even before it’s finished playing, as if we’d been listening to it for years,”says poet Simon Armitage.
The ‘concise and lean collection of pop gems’, produced by Elbow duo Guy Garvey and Craig Potter, is enchanting, essential and up for grabs in this week’s competition.
To be in with a chance of winning a copy, tell us the name of their 2010 album.
Mark your entry ‘Kloot’
WANT a soundtrack to Valentine’s Day? A Groovy Kind of Love will fit the bill perfectly.
You’ll need to be in it for the long haul with this triple CD mind – there are 73 classic 60s pop hits waiting to be devoured.
Artists include Elvis, The Beach Boys, Andy Williams, James Brown, Stevie Wonder and the band who recorded the title track, The Mindbenders.
‘A cohesive round-up of 60s boy bands and male solo artists,’ it is a perfect blend of big hits, forgotten gems and sparkly one-hit wonders.
If you want one, we want to know what Fair Simon & Garfunkel famously sung about?
Mark your entry ‘Fair Play’
Send answers, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number to: Citizen Newsdesk, Napier House, Auckland Park, Bond Avenue, Bletchley, MK1 1BU.
The first correct answers pulled out of the hat after the closing date on February 13 will win the CDs.