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Gig of the Week - Lantern for a Gale, Radar

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ATL | 16:21 UK time, Tuesday, 17 April 2012

 

 

There's no doubting ATL's infatuation with the noisy north coast - sure we dedicated an entire hour to the subject last week. So goes without saying we're excited about Lantern for a Gale who sum up, in a nasty little nutshell, exactly what's so great about the average band in their neighbourhood right now.

A young five piece hardcore outfit with bags of talent, a decent work ethic and a surprising amount of melody. Thats how they roll up in Portrush!

Here's Danny, guitarist with the band explaining why he's excited about what is ATL's gig of the week:

'It's awesome to return to Radar again, as it's arguably the best platform for local bands around. We're so hyped to have our pals Grader and Manes as support too, everyone should check them out now! Our new release Lands More Hostile on Savour Your Scene Records is limited to 100 handmade physical copies which will go on sale on the night. If you'd like to see 13 men play some music they're passionate about then we'll see you there!'

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Lantern for a Gale, Grader and Manes play Radar at QUBSU this Thursday.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Good variety of performances, but why not have the celebration performances on the Ulster Hall site/programme??????? Where are the Paul Robeson and Ruby Murray's evenings???? Only I had been verbally told and so knew they were part of celebrating 150 yrs and then searched that I wouldn't know there was anything on in Ulster Hall on 12th May. Yes Paul Robeson show is on that date and Ruby later and more!!!. Do you want people to attend these nights or are you hiding them for special friends of BCC????? Would like to see all performances in Ulster Hall posted on its site. Why is this not so??

 

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