Recently, Carnival Club have been really busy spending time in the studio and making new music, but earlier this week they took a break from creating new tracks and came back to Manchester for the first night of a two-date co-headline alongside Kit Trigg, with the second date in Sheffield the following day.
Every year I look forward to Dot to Dot Festival, I always find it’s a great place to discover new artists, while also watching some of my favourite emerging bands. The metropolitan festival takes place over three days, one day in Manchester, one in Bristol and the last in Nottingham. Each day taking over a number of venues in the city and showcasing the same headliners but also a further line up of artists local to that area.
Carnival Club bring back a pure 70s rock and roll style and combine it with a fresh, modern indie tone to create a powerful, stadium-worthy sound. On Saturday, the Manchester-based band headlined The Star and Garter