LØE Coming To Dead Wax

Thursday February 18th – 7:30pm to 11pm


Please Note due to Covid-19 this event has been rearranged from October 27th to February 18th 2021. Tickets remain valid. Refunds can be obtained from your point of purchase if you can’t make the new date.

Indie Midlands presents LØE + Special Guests


LØE’s music tries to capture and reflect triumph, heroism, anguish and struggle throughout society. Not as a political stand, but to hold a mirror up to humanity. Weaving speech and video in to live performance to create a cinematic experience of popular culture and a reflection of our times.

Following the success of their debut releases and hoping to build on the national radio and press attention, LØE release their follow up double A side – People Like Them / All’s Well That Ends Well.

Discovered Magazine named the band ones to watch for 2020 and Soundsphere Magazine dubbed them Post-Rock standouts – their debut single received national radio play from BBC 6 Musicand Radio X, as well as regional support from BBC Introducingmarking an impressive introduction for the band.

Fresh from supporting rock legends And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead & Vex Red, the band have already made waves on the live scene with an impressive audio visual show seeing them share stages across the UK with international touring acts Alex Henry Foster, Trupa Trupa, Bonnacons Of Doom, The Cosmic Dead, Aiming For Enrike, Once And Future and sell out hometown shows whilst building a social media following of over 2.2K in a short 10 month period.

With their self-titled EP release LØE have once again garnered interest and attention from national & regional radio – Radio X, BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, Discovered Magazine, Soundsphere Magazine, HRH Radio and Local Sound Focus who have continued to support the band.

“An absolutely epic debut” – TOM ROBINSON, BBC 6 MUSIC

“Dripping with emotion. So much feeling” – EMILY PILBEAM, BBC INTRODUCING

“The whole EP is fantastic – Public Service Broadcasting meets Mogwai” – XPOSURE, RADIO X

“A riotous protest anthem.” – DISCOVERED MAGAZINE

“I love where that track travels” – JON READ, THE SPECIALS

“So much great stuff” – JOHN KENNEDY, RADIO X

“UK Post-rock standouts”- SOUNDSPEHERE MAGAZINE

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