PLANET | Future Yard 21.08.22 | Future Yard

On Sunday 21st August we are thrilled to be hosting Sydney indie stars PLANET on the Future Yard stage, as part of their extended UK + Ireland tour this summer, in support of their debut album Information Overload.

Over the last five years, Sydney quartet PLANET have refined a warm, coastal sound that has connected with fans from across both Australia and the UK thanks to its universally uplifting appeal. The band combine the bittersweet, festival-ready melodies of 90s Britpop with a warm, coming-of-age euphoria that is drenched in the Sydney sunshine. This infectious concoction has earned them support slots with music icons such as Liam Gallagher, The Charlatans, James and more. Support on the night comes from The Letrasets + HOLLOWBODY.

Tickets on sale now.

2022 has seen the band release their debut album Information Overload which has gained international praise from the likes of CLASH, Wonderland and Gigwise as well as support from Radio X and Amazing Radio. After a huge summer headlining the This Feeling stage at Truck, Y Not and Isle of Wight festival, the boys are not slowing down. PLANET are embarking on a full headline UK/AUS tour across August and October showcasing their fantastic new album.

PLANET

Future Yard presents
PLANET
+ The Letrasets
+ HOLLOWBODY
Sunday 21st August 2022
7pm doors
75 Argyle Street
#thefutureisbirkenhead

Tickets available online in advance or in person at the Future Yard Box Office.
Future Yard is a cashless venue – all payments are taken by contactless or chip and pin. Live curfew 11pm. Kitchen open til 9pm.
If you have any specific access requests, please read all of the details about accessibility at Future Yard here.

THE LETRASETS

PLANET

The Letrasets are a rock band, originally from across the UK, now based in liverpool. Made up of Tom Gamble (bass, vocals), Elliot Halfpenny (drums), Kellan Rakkar (guitar) and Iggy Fletcher (guitar),  the band formed in 2018 creating a special blend of alt. rock, shoegaze and indie.

“Deep psychedelic grooves, expertly played with soaring guitars” – Louder than War

HOLLOWBODY

PLANET