Rock and roll trio The Subways announce Northampton gig

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Rock and roll trio The Subways will headline The Black Prince in January as part of an 11-date UK tour.

The band, who released their latest single Black Wax last month, will play Northampton on Saturday January 21 and tickets are on sale now.

The Subways formed at the turn of the century and remain one of the most exciting live bands on the touring circuit.

In 2005, with an average age of just 18, Billy Lunn, Charlotte Cooper and former member Josh Morgan burst onto the international music scene with their debut album Young For Eternity and rock-club single Rock & Roll. Queen.

Festival staples, they have graced the stages of international festivals, including Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage, Reading & Leeds Main Stage, Rock Am Ring and Rock En Seine.

After their debut album, the band released All Or Nothing in 2008, Money and Celebrity in 2011 and a self-titled album in 2015.

In 2020, Morgan left the group and was replaced by Camille Phillips.

Besides Black Wax, this year The Subways have released new tracks Love Waiting On You and You Kill My Cool and are set to release their fifth album next year.

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