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The Stars, The Oceans & the Moon
Greatest Hits Live In London (Live)
Nothing Lasts Forever
Live in London 2014
Do It Clean : Crocodiles/Heaven Up Here Live
The Fountain
Think I Need It Too
Ocean Rain Live 2008
Echo & The Bunnymen - Live At the Royal Albert Hall
B-Sides and Live (2001 - 2005)
Me, I'm All Smiles
Songs to Learn and Sing
Echo & the Bunnymen
Porcupine (Expanded Version)
Live in Liverpool
What Are You Going To Do With Your Life?
Evergreen (Expanded)
Live In Concert
Heaven Up Here
Ocean Rain
Cornbury Festival Cornbury Festival 2019
Venue: The Great Tew Park (Oxfordshire, UK) Find tickets
Cornbury Music Festival Cornbury Music Festival 2019
Venue: Unknown venue (London, UK) Find tickets
Standon Calling Standon Calling 2019
Venue: Standon Lordship (Standon, UK) Find tickets
Y Not Festival Y Not Festival 2019
Venue: Aston Hill Farm (Matlock, UK) Find tickets
Echo & The Bunnymen and Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre (August 8, 2019)
Venue: Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre (Glasgow, UK) Find tickets
Kings of Leon with Franz Ferdinand, Echo & The Bunnymen, Circa Waves, and 1 more… at Sefton Park (August 30, 2019)
Venue: Sefton Park (Liverpool, UK) Find tickets
Echo and the Bunnymen Jun 07, 2019
All hands on deck, Hawley’s new album ‘Further’ which is a belter, needs a push to get to the number 1 spot in the pop parade this weekend - here’s the links to get your copy -
Echo and the Bunnymen Jun 05, 2019
We have a new t-shirt for sale today, get them while you can -
Echo and the Bunnymen Jun 04, 2019
Order your 12” splatter Poltergeist vinyl here before they all sell out - Will Sergeant & Les Pattinson’s Prog/Psych trip. Re-mixed tracks from their album ’My Mind Is A Box’ by friends of ours Clinic, Kelley Stoltz, The Sound Carriers, The Lost Tapes & Alien Ballroom
Echo and the Bunnymen May 29, 2019
The Bunnymen are very pleased to announce they will be special guests to the mighty Doves at Gunnersville Park in London September 6th, also the brilliant Badly Drawn Boy - get your tickets here -
Echo and the Bunnymen May 28, 2019
Echo & The Bunnymen are going back to Rimini July 8th to play Corte degli Agostiniani - get your tickets here -
Echo and the Bunnymen May 25, 2019
The Bunnymen are on stage at 10pm tonight at The Academy in Manchester- some tickets still available, see you later -
Echo and the Bunnymen May 21, 2019
Tune in and brew up to SpaceJunk Radio’s 10th broadcast, listen to Will Sergeant playing some of his favourite tracks -
Echo and the Bunnymen May 10, 2019
We are very pleased to announce that the Bunnymen will be playing at this years Bingley Weekender on the 1st of September, get your tickets here -
Echo and the Bunnymen May 02, 2019
Thank you Belfast, our show tomorrow is now sold out.
Echo and the Bunnymen Apr 29, 2019
Not many tickets left for our show in Belfast this Friday at The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival -
Echo and the Bunnymen Apr 24, 2019
The Bunnymen are very pleased to play this years Pirineos Sur Music Festival in Spain on the 13th of July - here’s The the ticket link -
Echo and the Bunnymen Apr 17, 2019
Echo and the Bunnymen Apr 15, 2019
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Echo and the Bunnymen Apr 12, 2019
We are all sorry to hear the sad news of #lfc legend #tommysmith passing away. Love to his family, friends and all the #lfcfamily
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 27, 2019
Please check our friend Delfins band out -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 23, 2019
Looking forward to playing Valencia this summer - get your tickets here -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 21, 2019
Not many Mac Candleland t-shirts left - get yours here -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 20, 2019
Tickets selling fast for this one - you can get your tickets here -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 14, 2019
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 13, 2019
Looking forward to this one, Electric Picnic 👍🏻
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 08, 2019
Looking forward to be back in Belfast on the 3rd of May, we are playing the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival - tickets go on sale next Friday -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 08, 2019
Great to be playing Cornbury Festival again, get your tickets here -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 07, 2019
You can get tickets here for our show in Valencia this summer -
Echo and the Bunnymen Mar 04, 2019
Great line up for this years Fusion Festival in Sefton Park August 30th - tickets go on sale this Friday - #FusionPresents
Echo and the Bunnymen Feb 26, 2019
This will be a good night of chat, Will Sergeant, John J. Campbell & Jon Savage at Liverpool Central Library this Friday kicking off about 6pm - see ticket info below. Liverpool Central Library Presents Punk 1976-78: Art | Style | Revolt Series of talks exploring the creative revolution of Punk Raw, confrontational, rowdy and often exhilarating, punk rock burst upon the music scene of the late 1970s, inspiring and offending in equal measure. A major exhibition marking the heyday of punk at Liverpool Central Library has been extended due to popular demand to Sunday 3 March 2019. The exhibition was developed jointly by Liverpool John Moores University, the British Library, and Liverpool Libraries. Punk 1976-78 is a free exhibition revealing the extraordinary impact punk had on music, fashion and design across the UK between 1976 and 1978. A fascinating series of talks, live bands and a disco has also now been developed in connection with the exhibition. The attitude and style of punk inspired a complete upheaval in artistic expression, fashion, design, media, and music. In a series of conversations led by Professor Colin Fallows, meet and hear some of those who both spearheaded the new spirit, or used it to unleash their own creative freedom. Colin Fallows is an artist, curator and Professor of Sound and Visual Arts at Liverpool John Moores University. He has been instrumental in the acquisition of world-class archives of popular culture/counterculture held at Liverpool John Moores University. As curator and research consultant to these archives, he has researched and curated materials in a variety of contexts for large-scale exhibitions in galleries and museums across nine countries. He curated Sex Pistols – April 1976: The Art of PTMADDEN at Wilkinson Gallery London (2016), and co-curated Punk 1976-78 at the British Library London (2016), Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens (2017-18), and Liverpool Central Library (2018-19). Friday 1 March 2019 from 6 pm onwards: John J. Campbell, Will Sergeant, Jon Savage John J. Campbell is a Liverpool based artist and musician whose multimedia work encompasses public art installation, electronic soundworks, and group performance. He has published work nationally and internationally for over forty years under his own name and as the group It's Immaterial. John J. Campbell is Executive Director of The Sound Agents Arts/Health/Heritage organisation, designing and delivering innovative projects using audio/visual methods including oral history and film to document a British hidden social history using art as a tool for communication adding to the field of international research. John J. Campbell's electronic soundworks installations include: Baby 96 (1996) at the Bluecoat Gallery Liverpool and the site-specific installation Minute Particulars (2004) produced in collaboration with Colin Fallows at the Sefton Park Palm House as part of Liverpool Biennial 2004. It's Immaterial compositions and recordings include the internationally acclaimed CDs titled: Life’s Hard and Then You Die (1986, Virgin Records) and Song (1991, Virgin Records). A new collection of work titled House for Sale is due for release in March 2019. Will Sergeant is best known for his work as songwriter and lead guitarist with Echo and The Bunnymen, formed from the emerging post-Punk scene centred on Eric’s club in Liverpool in the late 1970s, and with whom he has recorded and performed world-wide for over forty years. Echo and The Bunnymen’s debut album, Crocodiles (1980) went into the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart. After releasing their second album, Heaven Up Here (1981), the band achieved mainstream success with the album Porcupine (1983), and Ocean Rain (1984) continued the band's success with the single The Killing Moon (1984). Will Sergeant also has long-term ties with the experimental side of life, in the fields of performance, recording and the visual arts. He has produced solo and collaborative works since the late 1970s including his solo project Glide with albums such as Weird as Fish (1978), Themes for Grind (1982), Le Via Luonge (2003); and Things Inside (2012). He has collaborated with Colin Fallows since the 1980s on various international sound art projects. In 2013 he formed Poltergeist (with Les Pattinson) and released the album Your Mind Is A Box (Let Us Fill It With Wonder) (2013). In 2012 he staged his first major solo exhibition titled My Own Worst Enemy at Substrate gallery, Los Angeles, California. Jon Savage is a leading UK based writer and cultural historian. In 1976, he published the fanzine London's Outrage and during the following years he has written widely for British and American newspapers and magazines on music, pop culture and social history including: Sounds, the Village Voice, Melody Maker, the Guardian, The Observer, the Face and Mojo. His book England's Dreaming: Sex Pistols and Punk Rock (1993) won the Ralph J. Gleason Book Award in 1993 and is now regarded as the definitive history of the late seventies. His books, published to great acclaim, include Teenage: The Creation of Youth 1875-1945 (2007), The England's Dreaming Tapes (2009), and 1966: The Year the Decade Exploded (2015). His latest book, This Searing Light: An Oral History of Joy Division, will be published by Faber and Faber in April 2019. England's Dreaming: The Jon Savage Archive, the largest single collection of Punk related material in the world, is housed at Liverpool John Moores University. Tickets available here: Tickets can be purchased online or in person at Liverpool Central Library, William Brown Street, Liverpool, L3 8EW. Important Notice: the information in this email and any attachments is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s). 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