25 April, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm£4
LIME play The Prince Albert, Brighton on Sunday 25th April!
Get tickets with no booking fee above or from:
Resident Music (01273 606312)
“One of the most exciting bands to come through BBC introducing” Lauren Laverne (6Music)
“LIME are blooming into one of the fresh, cool faces coming out of that seaside scene!” When The Horn Blows
“All these ingredients point to success” Tom Robinson (6Music)
LIME return with their latest single Fever. Having already gate-crashed the 6 Music playlist with their self-released debut, the Brighton based quartet has their sights set firmly on making more waves. With Lauren Lavern, Tom Robinson and Phil Taggart, amongst others, added to the list of early supporters – LIME are looking to switch-on more minds with their new single Fever.
Fever is a lens into the mind of generation Z, dissecting the vanity that pervades throughout modern living, and turning up the heat by asking “why?”. It’s the kind of track that might have swirled around late-night New York parties at the turn of the millennium, with slinky saxophone and lo-fi disco-infused guitars dancing alongside Karen O and The Strokes – only this time LIME are bringing an updated twist of electronica to the mix. The vocal delivery owes more to contemporaries such as Courtney Barnett and Cate Le Bon, with its laid-back style disguising a sharper take on modern life.
With the world having suddenly become a smaller place, for now, LIME has to content themselves with memories of their last show (pre-lockdown) selling out. However, with the support of playlists and their own impromptu live video sessions word is continuing to spread. Plotting this course are Chloe Howard (Vocals/Guitar), Leila Deeley (Guitar), Tippi Morgan (Bass) and Annabel Whittle (Drums) who met whilst studying in Brighton. Their songwriting is influenced by personal experiences and those every day interactions and observations. The results are often wrapped in a dry wit aimed at highlighting the contradictions and absurdity of modern life. LIME wants you to second and third guess how to unwrap the words that are coming from their mouths. liime.bandcamp.com
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No wheelchair access to the venue or disabled toilets. Two sets of stairs up to the venue with a handrail on each side. Gendered toilets. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for guest list, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. Would be possible to place a chair near the stage although visibility may be impaired at busy shows.