live + signing ('75 Trips' single launch)

Friday, 4th October 2019

Rough Trade Nottingham

Doors 5:30pm
On-stage 6:00pm
Signing after show

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Reflekter will be performing live in-store at Rough Trade NOTTINGHAM celebrating the release of their new 7" single ’75 Trips’.



Pre-order the '75 Trips' 7" + Ticket and get two wristbands to guarantee entry for two people, which we will have ready and waiting for you on arrival at doors.


5.30pm | Doors Open for 7" + Ticket collection

6.00pm | Reflekter live set on-stage

6.45pm | Signing

7.15pm | Finish


One of Nottingham’s hottest new prospects right now, Reflekter formed in May 2018 and have already been compared to Rock’n’Roll greats the likes Oasis, Echo & the Bunnymen and Kasabian. A singer and songwriter on the circuit already, frontman James Gooch may already be familiar to some for his work with BBC Introducing praised act: Same Streets. Parking the project after meeting his brothers in arms at a Fontaines DC gig in Nottingham, Reflekter were born that day. Wasting little time, the band quickly began laying down tracks together at a local recording studio. These early demos soon found themselves in the lap of Jake Bugg manager Jason Hart who instantly recognised their potential. Within a year of their formation the band released their first single ‘Caught in a Storm' , a track which organically clocked up over 20,000 streams in a week and had BBC Introducing’s Dean Jackson placing on the coveted “ones to watch list 2019”.

With festival razing sets at Y-Not and Dot To Dot under their belt already this Summer, Reflketer are rapidly becoming a word of mouth sensation across the East Midlands and beyond. The band now look forward to an Autumn tour that will see them headline a SOLD OUT hometown date at Nottingham’s legendary Bodega Club, plus take-on the stages of Dundee, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Leeds.

Upcoming release ’75 Trips’ will arrive hot on the heels of their blistering previous single ‘Alright’, a track hailed by Trash Magazine as “channeling the early swaggering sounds that made Oasis and Kasabian household names” and earning itself positions as “Best of The Week” on Apple Music (Italy, Portugal & Turkey) and “Tune of The Day” on The Indie Masterplan.