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Neds Atomic Dustbin

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On tour Yes
Followers 23,885
Category Alternative, 90s, Decades, Indie
Concerts
May
11
Roundhouse
London
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About Neds Atomic Dustbin
Ned's Atomic Dustbin are a British alternative rock band that formed in Stourbridge in West Midlands, England in November 1987. The band took their name from an episode of The Goon Show. The band were noted for an extremely unusual two bass player line up. Bass player Alex Giffin played melody lines high up on one bass, and Matt played the regular basslines on the other. This gave the band a tense and highly driven sub-hardcore sound with distorted indie guitars and complicated Baggy drum beats. The band were also noted for their extremely young ages. The band formed while at sixth form college, and recorded their first album while still teenagers. This led to a strong teenage fanbase with a reputation for enjoying stage diving and moshing at their gigs. The band were also noted (and sometimes ridiculed) for their early image which consisted of uniformly crimped hair, short trousers and t shirts. The Neds (as their fans referred to them) were well known for their T shirts and produced over 80 different designs within three years. Towards the end they also branched out into shorts, hats and other merchandise items. The band quickly gathered a strong fanbase after being noticed by local superstars The Wonder Stuff and offered a support slot on a UK tour. A top 50 hit Kill Your Television followed. They recorded their debut album God Fodder shortly afterwards and had top ten hits with "Until You Find Out" and "Happy" in 1991. Several years of hard working touring followed, playing with, amongst others Mega City Four, Senseless Things and Jesus Jones. During this period they recorded their second album Are You Normal in 1992, which was promoted by the singles Not Sleeping Around and Intact. The band spent the next few years on a worldwide tour before recording their final album Brainbloodvolume. The album had a more adult sound than before (because they were, after all, no longer teenagers), together with a more diverse sound including samplers and keyboards. Their record label released the album in America before the UK, so most fans bought in on import leading to a poor UK chart position when it was eventually released leading to tensions within the band and with the label. The poor chart showing may have also been to do with a changed music scene now fully in the swing of Britpop. The band had one last UK top 40 single with All I Ask Of Myself Is That I Hold Together in 1995 following an appearance on The Word. The band split in 1995. Singer Jonn Penney formed a new band, Groundswell who had little success. The band reformed with a different line up in 2000, for a show in Dudley. The show was a success and the band have done a christmas show every year since then, including a four date tour in 2004 where the band performed several new songs. In 2005 they again played a few late-December gigs, and in June of 2006 their first new single in 11 years, "Hibernation" was released reaching No 23 in the UK Indie Chart. The "NedFest" weekend gigs to coincide with this at Birmingingham Barfly and London Forum were filmed for a DVD "Neds Dont Exist". In June 2007 the DVD was released and Neds returned to headline the Glastonbury Left Field Stage on the Friday night of the festival following some low key warm up gigs.
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Alternative, 90s, Decades, Indie
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Neds Atomic Dustbin Tour Cities
London, United Kingdom

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Is Neds Atomic Dustbin on tour?

Yes, Neds Atomic Dustbin is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Neds Atomic Dustbin concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Neds Atomic Dustbin tour is scheduled for 1 dates across 1 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Neds Atomic Dustbin scheduled to play?

Neds Atomic Dustbin is scheduled to play 1 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Neds Atomic Dustbin tour start?

Neds Atomic Dustbin’s tour starts May 11, 2024 and ends on May 11, 2024. They will play 1 cities; their most recent concert was held in London at Roundhouse and their next upcoming concert will be in at .

What venues is Neds Atomic Dustbin performing at?

As part of the Neds Atomic Dustbin tour, Neds Atomic Dustbin is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 11 - London, United Kingdom @ Roundhouse
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