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The Zutons

The Zutons were formed in Liverpool, England, in 2002 by singer/guitarist David McCabe, lead guitarist Boyan Chowdhury, bassist Russell Pritchard, and drummer Sean Payne, with saxophonist Abi Harding joining later. The group signed to Liverpool based Deltasonic Records and released their debut single, Devil's Deal in September 2002.

The band’s debut album, Who Killed… The Zutons (produced by Ian Broudie) was released in May 2004 and spent nearly 12 months on the UK album chart. Nominated for the 2004 Mercury Music Prize, the album went on to sell over 600,000 copies (2 x Platinum) in the UK. The band was also nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the 2005 Brit Awards.

Second album Tired of Hanging Around was released in April 2006. Produced by Stephen Street, the album reached number 2 in the UK album chart, selling over half a million copies and spawning Top 10 singles, Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love and Valerie. The latter was subsequently covered by Mark Ronson feat. Amy Winehouse, and went on to become a global hit.

The band’s third album You Can Do Anything was released in 2008, entering the UK album chart at number 6 before the group disbanded shortly after release.

2024 saw The Zutons release their first new music in over 16 years in the form of new single Creeping on The Dancefloor, taken from the Nile Rodgers / Ian Broudie produced Top 10 album, The Big Decider.

Event Details

Date Sunday, 25th August
Doors 19:00
Curfew23:00
Ticket Price £27.5
Door Price £30.5
Room L1
Age 14+

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