When it comes to live events in 2020, there has definitely been more than few too little! But fear not ladies and gentlemen because live music is finally back and oh boy what an awesome announcement we have for you today...*drum roll*
It's our absolute pleasure to present Cambridge based Pop Punk quintet A Few Too Many, who will be taking to the stage at the legendary Fiddlers Elbow (Camden, UK) on Saturday 17th July 2021! Joining them will be Fairway, Ghost Arcadia, Forgetting The Future and Buds., for what promises to be an unforgettably exciting night of Pop Punk/Alt Rock madness!
SO, let's find out some more shall we?
As the new year begins and vaccinations continue to be rolled out, the United Kingdom's live music scene is set to make a return - bigger and better, albeit battered from a very rough year of show closures. It's more important now than ever before that we music fans get out there to support the venues/artists that we so dearly love.
For us here at Live A Little Louder, we'll be resuming shows at The Fiddlers Elbow (we've missed them an awful lot!) continuing our work showcasing live some of the best up and coming music acts from around the UK. Believe me when I say that we've got some AWESOME line up announcements coming your way!
The first of which comes today, as we can finally reveal that Pop Punk five piece A Few Too Many will be playing at The Fiddlers Elbow on Saturday 17th July 2021! *insert excited woop here*
Formed way back in the OG days of MySpace (big up my guy Tom - if you know, you know) - 2009 to be precise - the Cambridge based five piece are no strangers to the world of live music, having been spreading their energetically charged live show around the UK ever since!
2019 was a great year for the vibrantly dynamic Pop Punk outfit with the release of their single 'Haze', marking a very exciting new chapter in the bands journey so far.
Their official quarantine video features a whole sea of recognisble faces including Simple Plan's Pierre Bouvier and Keith Holleyman as well as Bowling For Soup's Rob Felicetti, but to name a few!