Andrew Cushin | Future Yard

Sucker + Birkenhead Live Present

We’re delighted to be welcoming Andrew Cushin back to Future Yard, after a storming performance at last year’s Birkenhead Live event.

Andrew Cushin possesses a nuanced, multifaceted talent for songwriting. The words that he conjures are both immensely personal and reflective of modern social issues, but those serious themes are delivered through songs with huge, pints-in-the-air singalong appeal. It’s a talent that’s winning a growing army of admirers, most notably Noel Gallagher, who produced and performed on Andrew’s previous single Where’s My Family Gone.

Tickets on sale now.

When a 21-year-old songwriter is heralded as a major new talent by two icons of British music, it’s time to take note. Noel Gallagher has not only championed the young Geordie, but he also produced and played guitar on his track Where’s My Family Gone. Pete Doherty is similarly enamoured by Andrew’s flair for creating big anthems from songs which explore hefty social issues; first signing Andrew to his Strap Originals label and then taking him on tour with The Libertines.

Andrew Cushin’s songs are full of astute observations and honest meditations about life’s day-to-day tribulations. But despite the weight of the subject matter, his music possesses a tangible sense of hope too. He’s the product of his upbringing Newcastle, and fittingly the city is embracing him as one of their own.

Andrew Cushin

Birkenhead Live + Sucker present
Andrew Cushin
+ support TBC
Friday 28th June 2024
Doors 7.15pm
75 Argyle Street
Tickets on sale now – Standing

Tickets available online in advance or in person at the Future Yard Box Office.
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