Well, it took two decades for English band The Charlatans to kick out the jams in our home town but I think most will agree that it was well worth the wait. Consisting mostly of punters in their 30s and 40s, it was strictly a crowd of 90s-era “kids” who filled up the *SCAPE Warehouse (between 450-500 people, I reckon) and thus, the 90s hits went down best e.g. The Only One I Know, One To Another, Weirdo, North Country Boy and Tellin’ Stories.
Why YOU should not miss the Charlatans this Tuesday 23rd November at the *SCAPE Warehouse: –
1. Cool 60s Britpop vibes
2. Singalong melodies
3. Irresistibly danceable grooves
4. Tim Burgess’ fringe
5. Hip songs like Oh Vanity!
5 more days to the Charlatans’ performance in Singapore. Opening for the English band will be our very own West Grand Boulevard.
Tickets available at SISTIC. Not to be missed!
Relive the 90s with Britpop band The Charlatans as they finally make their way to our shores come the 23rd of November at *SCAPE, The Warehouse to perform their first ever gig in Singapore.
Tickets on sale at SISTIC from Wednesday, 27 October.
Stay tuned for more details and information in the days to come. In the meantime, check out our review of the new Charlatans album, Who We Touch.