Gramme

live + signing (free entry)

Friday, 9th August 2019

Rough Trade Nottingham

Doors 6:30pm
On-stage 7:30pm
Signing after show

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Gramme will live be in-store at Rough Trade NOTTINGHAM to perform tracks from their new album 'Disco Lovers', released 2nd August on Gilded Lily Records.

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This event is FREE ENTRY, with the option to pre-order an ALBUM/ TICKET, and we will have your guaranteed album ready and waiting to collect on the day of this in-store.

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6.30pm | Album/ Ticket collection

7.30pm | Live on-stage

8.15pm | Album signing

9.00pm | Finish

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Post Punk Pioneers GRAMME will release their long awaited second album. Working closely with the team at Love Vinyl the band are set to release on vinyl via specialist targeted stores following up with a digital assault in early September 2019. Cited and favourite by the likes of LCD Sounds System, ACR and Hot Chip this eagerly awaited ‘Disco Lovers’ is set to establish the band where many believe they should have been for years. Gramme signed to Trevor Jacksons OUTPUT label in the mid 1990;s and quickly recorded their first E.P ‘Pre-Release.

Produced by Trevor Jackson. Pre-Release didn't see the light of day until the summer of 1999 by which point the band had signed an exclusive deal with Junior Boys Own and were being managed by legendary dance DJ David Dorrell (M.A.R.R.S). After many fraught months trying and failing to finish the record the band parted ways with the label eventually disbanding. In 2007 Gramme reformed buoyed up by new interest in the band particularly Joe Goddard’s Tweet Gramme - “when they get together they sound amazing”. Positivity and belief in the band continued to grow with further accolades from James Murphy citing the band as one of his formative influences for LCD Sound system.