Steve Mason | Future Yard

We’re over the moon to be welcoming legendary musician and songwriter Steve Mason to Future Yard in April 2023. Since making a splash in the late 90s as the fulcrum of the magical Beta Band, Mason has headed up the post-Britpop wave of modern, thoughtful and inventive pop with numerous solo albums (also recording as King Biscuit Time). We’re hugely excited to be playing host to an all-time favourite musician and godfather of British indie music of the 2000s, as part of the tour celebrating his new album Brothers And Sisters – released via Double Six/Domino on 3rd March 2023. Listen to the lead single from the album below.

Support on the night comes from Halifax trio Wax-Tree-Cast, specialising in fizzing, upifting indie pop, and lyrical wizardry from (not a poet) ROY.

Tickets on sale now.

Steve Mason

Future Yard presents
Steve Mason
+ Wax-Tree-Cast
Thursday 20th April 2023
7.45pm doors
£25 advance
75 Argyle Street

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.
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Steve Mason

Wax-Tree-Cast are a three-piece indie-pop band from Halifax, West Yorkshire formed in mid 2020. The group consists of lead vocalist and bassist Oolagh Hodgson, James Newsome on drums and songwriter Blair Murray on lead guitar. Blair is a former member of Manchester band Twisted Wheel and has also worked with Nile Marr and Johnny Marr on Nile’s band. The band’s music has recently been played by Chris Hawkins on BBC 6 Music and John Kennedy’s show on Radio X. Gordon Raphael, producer of The Strokes, has said “Super cool band, I dig their sound”.