See both bands perform on Monday 27 January 2020
Kaiser Chiefs are an indie rock band from Leeds, England. They formed in 2002 and have enjoyed enormous global success since. The band consists of lead vocalist Ricky Wilson, who has achieved added fame from his stint as a judge on the UK talent show The Voice, guitarist Andrew "Whitey" White, bassist Simon Rix, keyboardist Nick "Peanut" Baines and drummer Vijay Mistry, who replaced founding drummer Nick Hodgson in late 2012.
In terms of music style, the band can best be described as indie rock with elements of new-wave and post-punk revival. Other similar artists include Coldplay and Franz Ferdinand. Although the band have not quite reached the pinnacle of success surmounted by Coldplay, they have nonetheless well and truly cemented themselves in UK band history. With over one million singles sold worldwide, Kaiser Chiefs are arguably the biggest band to have emerged from Leeds, having won many prestigious awards including Brits and NME awards.
Razorlight are a band hailing from London, England who formed in 2002. Since their debut, they have released three studio albums and are famous in the U.K for being one of the most successful bands of the mid-2000's post-punk revival.
For a period of time, Razorlight were one of the biggest bands in the United Kingdom. Far eclipsing everyone else who had come out of the same East London indie rock scene, even though that scene brought the world everyone from The Libertines to Bloc Party. From 2004 to around 2007, they were only second to Arctic Monkeys themselves in terms of albums sales, fan devotion, radio play and sheer popularity. However, the crucial thing to remember about Razorlight is that no amount of success, no matter how all-encompassing it was, was ever going to be enough for their frontman, one Mr. Johnny Borrell. Borrell formed the band in 2002, after ditching a solo career that he'd spent as an intense, young singer/songwriter supporting bands like the aforementioned Libertines in Whitechapel bars. Once he'd put together the first line-up of the band, and recruited NME scribe Roger Morton as the band's manager, the band made their live debut supporting The Von Bondies at Camden's Dingwalls and recorded demo versions of their songs “Rock 'n' Roll Lies”, “Rip It Up” and “In The City” shortly afterwards.
Future Inn Plymouth is an ideal base for the night offering various sized rooms including ones that can sleep up to four guests. Perks include free car parking, free wifi and a complimentary robe and slippers. Book direct for the best available rates on our website or by contacting the Reservations Team on 01752 701000 or email@example.com.
The Plymouth Pavilions is a 17-minute taxi ride from Future Inn Plymouth. Multi-story parking can be found at the nearby.
There are various buses that go from William Prance Road, a 5-minute walk from the hotel, going towards the city centre. These include the 1, 42 or 101. The bus stops near the Plymouth Pavilions. The whole journey takes around 27-minutes
It would then take approximately 25-minutes to cycle to the Plymouth Pavilions. Future Inn Plymouth is a cycle-friendly hotel, and we allow guests to keep bikes in your room with cycle mats supplied.
* Please note all times are approximate, but it could take longer on an event day with additional road traffic.
Fishbone Restaurant is ideal to fuel up before or after the event. Every day the team serve breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, evening a-la-carte or traditional roasts on Sunday. An early-bird dining menu starts at 5pm and you can indulge on 3 courses for £20. A large selection of drinks is also available including cocktails all of which are £7. Under 5's eat for free with a paying adult, and the offer is extended to under 12's during the school holidays. Bookings can be made on 01752 701000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can book online:
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