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It’s been hard to ignore the steady rise of North East popsters Komparrison, as they continue to sell out shows across the region and turn up on plenty of festival bills (including being the headline act of the recent inaugural MUNRO Festival). Even with the challenges dealt to the industry by the pandemic, they’ve continued to release a steady stream of phenomenal singles and bag acclaim from the likes of BBC Introducing.

Hot off the heels of the release of the marvellous Bubblegum, which is a testament to their talents as songwriters, rich in harmony, hooks, melody and depth, the quintet are now planning to take their taboo-busting bangers on tour, stopping off at Stockton’s Georgian Theatre on Friday 10th September for a homecoming show. Support comes in the form of Sunderland-hailing singer-songwriter Faye Fantarrow, who is fresh from a run of brilliant singles including upcoming release Noughties, and Teesside’s upstarting alt. rock quintet Gone Tomorrow, with further support to be confirmed closer to the date. On the night, the band will also be taking donations of food to support Redcar Area Foodbank, a volunteer-run local organisation who currently operate six foodbanks, providing support to the wider Redcar area.

Komparrison, Faye Fantarrow and Gone Tomorrow play The Georgian Theatre, Stockton on Friday 10th September

 

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