The Lambrettas will hold court at MK11 tonight (Fri, Feb 6).
The band – signed to Elton John’s Rocket Records back in the day and remembered for their second single Poison Ivy – reformed in 2009.
Quadrophenia was celebrating its 30th anniversary and some clever promoter asked if they fancied reforming for a Modrophenia event.
That was the start of phase two – the band has been a force ever since, regularly playing around the UK and Ireland.
You’ll get old stuff and new at the Kiln Farm show, because a new album is in the offing.
The famous album Beat Boys in the Jet Age is also set for a second outing – it had been set for a reissue this month, but that has been delayed.
Fill the void by splashing out on a ticket available on the doors for around eight quid.