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BBC Radio 6 Music
28 Feb – 1 Mar 2014, Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Weird Shapes
Weird Shapes
Fri 28 Feb 2014 Stage 2
Supported by BBC Tees Introducing

Weird Shapes are one of four BBC Introducing acts on the line-up for the 6 Music Festival after being championed by their local show on BBC Tees.

The Stockton quintet, led by frontman Dan Spooner, have been conjuring ambient indie since 2011 earning praise for singles Blue Sky At Night and Clouds from 6 Music, Amazing Radio and Radio 1. They also played the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park in July 2012.

Soaking in influences including Radiohead, Yes and Roxy Music, Weird Shapes are driven forward by their obsession with audio production and cups of tea. A winning combo.

The band, who own their own studio, are currently working on a six track mini-album, due for release this year.

Weird Shapes are one of four BBC Introducing acts on the line-up for the 6 Music Festival after being championed by their local show on BBC Tees.

The Stockton quintet, led by frontman Dan Spooner, have been conjuring ambient indie since 2011 earning praise for singles Blue Sky At Night and Clouds from 6 Music, Amazing Radio and Radio 1. They also played the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park in July 2012.

Soaking in influences including Radiohead, Yes and Roxy Music, Weird Shapes are driven forward by their obsession with audio production and cups of tea. A winning combo.

The band, who own their own studio, are currently working on a six track mini-album, due for release this year.

Set List on Stage 2 on 28 Feb 2014 at Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

Hold On To Your Hat
All Aboard The Train Of Thought
Sing Myself To Sleep
Beautiful Design
We Are All Part Of The Mob
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