Django Django comes to West Country

PUBLISHED: 20:00 23 January 2018

Django Django.

Django Django.

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A Mercury Music Prize-nominated alternative rock band will make Bristol the final stop on their new tour.

Sonic adventurers Django Django will be setting off on their new UK and European tour, just weeks after releasing their new album Marble Skies.

The British art rock band formed in 2009 and released its first album in 2012, when it was nominated for the 2012 Mercury Prize.

The quartet is made up of drummer and producer David Maclean, singer Vincent Neff, bassist Jimmy Dixon and synthesizer Tommy Grace, who met while studying at Edinburgh College Of Art.

The new album offers concise and focused music which recalls the dynamic, genre-blurring music of their debut album.

Django Django will be at the SWX Bristol, in Nelson Street, at 6.30pm on March 24.

Tickets, priced £17.50, are available from www.swxbristol.com or from 01179 450325.

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