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Space: Music for Pleasure, Music for Pain
Saturday, 5th February ,2022 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm£19
Space embark on the UK 50 date “Music for Pleasure Music for Pain Tour” in July 2021 followed by the album of the same name in late 2021.
With more than 16 months out of live touring Space have used the time to write and record a new studio album. Space embark on the UK 50 date “Music for Pleasure Music for Pain Tour” in July 2021 followed by the album of the same name in late 2021.
The band are really happy with the new album which has been recorded in the band’s Liverpool Studio and mastered at Abbey Road Studios, the record was engineered and produced by Phil Hartley and co produced by the rest of the band, the record marks a true return to the song writing of the band’s early works.
Their last studio album Give Me Your Future was recorded and produced by Grammy and Brit award winning producer Steve Levine who also worked with The Clash, Culture Cub, Beach Boys, Denice Williams and Gary Moore to name a few.
The band’s 1990’s hit Female of the Species making the top of the album charts with the “TFI Album” – (Number 1 in June 2015) and the 2009 re-release of the of the single achieved a silver award with BPI.
Tommy, Franny and the boys all said they are very proud of the “Give Me Your Future” album Tommy said working with Steve Levine was “amazing, the man gets into your head to imagine the sounds you want before you have played them, a true genius, this record is the most Space record we have ever made and we all look forward to sharing the record with you…”
Space have sold over 5 million records worldwide with album titles including “Spiders, “Tin Planet” “Suburban Rock and Roll” and “Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab” along with ten top 40 singles and a host of other single releases to-date with titles including “Neighborhood” “Female of the Species”, “Me and You Vs. The World” “Avenging Angels” “Dark Clouds”, and “Begin Again” Albums Spiders and Tin Planet have both been awarded double platinum disc status form the BPI.
The band continue to write gritty, edgy pop songs that capture the imagination of the listener.
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