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Sugar Candy Mountain / Sugarthief / Sorry Grace / Mount Pleasant


The Night Owl, Lower Trinity Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4AG


27 November 2019

| Doors open: 19:00

Pay on door

Tickets for this event are now available on the door.


Kaleidoscope proudly presents...

Wednesday 27th November

The Night Owl, Digbeth

// Sugar Candy Mountain //

We're delighted to welcome Sugar Candy Mountain to the Kaleidoscope stage all the way from Oakland, California on the Birmingham leg of their European tour. Sugar Candy Mountain's music feels like something unearthed from a box of records found in your dad's garage, glowing wistfully with vintage inspired tones rambling organs, fuzzed out guitars, shimmering keys and sprawling drums. Reiter's woolly voice croons with the icy warmth of Francoise Hardy, while Halsey's tender Lennon-esque vocals uncoil with easy languor. The bands sits comfortably between 60's Laurel Canyon bliss and more modern production of Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips/Tame Impala). If Brian Wilson had dropped acid on the beach in Brazil and decided to record an album with Os Mutantes and The Flaming Lips, it would sound like this.

"Lush, near-narcotic with a wicked sense of humor" - Spin

"Sugar Candy Mountain melds sweet harmonies, fill-crazy drumming, big pop hooks and the occasional jazz odyssey. Very groovy stuff." - Brooklyn Vegan

"Sugar Candy Mountain have a subtle, slightly reserved approach to their brand of psychedelic rock. There is an ease to it that is difficult to find in the sea of this genre today. They tap into the hazy, free-energy '60s vibe. The music lilts you into place. It is an open invitation with no pressure but plenty of evidence you should take the trip. There is nothing forced and no anarchy. Everything is natural." - The 405

Teetering with perilous nonchalance between the suave and the narcotic, there is simply no better soundtrack for your next wanderlusting adventure into the Mojave fueled by martinis and acid." - Stereo Embers Magazine


Plus supports


Sorry Grace

Mount Pleasant

£8 advance, more on the door

Ticket includes entry into Kaleidoscope club night after...

See you in the Kaleidoscope