Trampolene are firm Eudaemonia favourites, their sound epitomises everything any new band should be! Courageous and talented, the Welsh trio are both likeable and charismatic and destined to go all the way to the top!
This April sees them embark upon their largest tour yet in association with the musical marvels and revolutionaries that are This Feeling. Performing at some of their largest venues to date, it is clear that this represents one true celebration of the UK’s underground music scene.
Kicking things off in the South, the tour begins in the newer This Feeling realms of Plymouth before highlight shows at Cardiff’s Clwb Ifor Back and Liverpool’s EBGB’s. Glasgow and Edinburgh both feature before nights in Manchester and Sheffield at Night and Day and The Harley respectively. The tour culminates at the Welsh outfit’s biggest gig yet at the world famous Scala in London.
“This April sees them embark upon their largest tour yet in association with the musical marvels and revolutionaries that are This Feeling.”
2017 was enormous for the boys, their debut release ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ was matched with some of the biggest gigs to date. Beyond their own sensational headline shows, it was the year in which they made their arena debuts alongside Liam Gallagher including a dreamey, life defining hometown (ish) return to Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena. It also saw lead singer Jack Jones continue his ventures with Peter Doherty’s Puta Madres in which he is lead guitarist.
‘Swansea To Hornsey’ displays all the motions of a tantalising debut release. It is their blending of heavy rock and spoken word which makes the Swansea outfit so unique. In fact, Trampolene are in many ways the perfect rock band, the album proves that they have a unique combination of varying styles which come together to form something quite otherworldly.
We cannot wait to catch up with the band once more in 2018… if 2017 was big, we can’t imagine how otherworldly this year will be for Trampolene!
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