The best of Kid British set for the Forum in Hatfield
A TASTY shank of old school ska, a generous twist of indie and a light splash of reggae garnished with a juicy slice of electro pop. Sound appetising? If so, then you might want to check out Kid British when they appear in Hatfield tonight (Sunday). The M
A TASTY shank of old school ska, a generous twist of indie and a light splash of reggae garnished with a juicy slice of electro pop.
Sound appetising? If so, then you might want to check out Kid British when they appear in Hatfield tonight (Sunday).
The Manchester-based four-piece released their debut single, entitled Our House is Dadless, earlier this year.
And the record, which samples Madness classic Our House, earned the distinction of being named 'Single of the Week' on both Radio 1 and XFM.
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They are also part of the Young Soul Rebels collective that have recorded the single I Got Soul - a cover of the Killers' classic track All These Things That I've Done - in aid of charity War Child.
Having supported The Specials earlier this year, Kid British will be at the Forum, in College Lane, on Sunday as part of their autumn tour of UK universities.
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As well as the University of Hertfordshire, they will also be taking in gigs at a number of other institutes over the next two weeks including Reading, Guildford, Bath and Wycombe.
The doors at the Forum open at 7pm and entry costs �8.
Tickets for the over-14s gig can be purchased online at www.seetickets.com
For more details, log on to www.iamkidbritish.com