Happy Accidents

Tue Nov 13 2018

7:30 PM Doors - 11:00 PM

Gullivers

109 Oldham Street Manchester M4 1LW

Ages 18+

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Under the Bridge presents... Happy Accidents!

We love Happy Accidents - they're one of the best bands in the UK and it's a pleasure to have them back with us in Manchester. They're bringing the super-awesome Hurry all the way from Philadelphia, USA with them and we couldn't be happier.

Happy Accidents are currently touring in support of their excellent second album 'Everything but the Here and Now' (Alcopop Records). 

Doors - 7:30pm
£7 Advance // £9 OTD

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Happy Accidents - 
Catchy, fun as heck, poppy indie rock from London that makes you realise you're not the only one who thinks the way you do. One of the best bands in the UK. New album 'Everything but the Here and Now' out now on Alcopop Records.

Hurry - 
Lo-fi jangly indie rock from Philadelphia. Bright and breezy tunes FFO The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. Excellent new album 'Every Little Thought' out now on Lame-O Records.

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    Indie Pop

    London indie-punk trio Happy Accidents are pleased to announce their return with their second album Everything But The Here And Now set for release on 16th February 2018 via Alcopop! Records.

    Everything But The Here And Now marks a real period of growth for the fledgling outfit, who have concentrated on pushing the whole sound of the band forward from the solid DIY roots they sunk on 2016 debut album You Might Be Right. 

    Exploring new territory that includes washes of synths, keys and atmospheric production courtesy of Hookworm's Matthew “MJ” Johnson (Drenge, Doe, Martha, Honeyblood), they’re also forging ahead into new lyrical pastures that reflect the often turbulent, yet upward trajectory of their experiences as a band and in their personal lives.

    In their short lifespan, Happy Accidents have already garnered attention from publications including Noisey, DIY, Kerrang! Magazine and Upset. After catching the attention of BBC Introducing London, the band went on to be be played by Annie Mac and Huw Stephens at BBCR1, Steve Lamacq at BBC 6music and John Kennedy at Radio X. 

    Awarded a slot on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals 2016 they’ve also appeared at the likes of The Great Escape, 2000 Trees, Truck Festival, Southsea, Hand Made, WTFest, A Carefully Planned and more, alongside tours across Europe and the UK with the likes of Muncie Girls, Doe and Fresh.

Under The Bridge

Happy Accidents

Tue Nov 13 2018 7:30 PM Doors - 11:00 PM

Gullivers Manchester
Happy Accidents
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 18+

Under the Bridge presents... Happy Accidents!

We love Happy Accidents - they're one of the best bands in the UK and it's a pleasure to have them back with us in Manchester. They're bringing the super-awesome Hurry all the way from Philadelphia, USA with them and we couldn't be happier.

Happy Accidents are currently touring in support of their excellent second album 'Everything but the Here and Now' (Alcopop Records). 

Doors - 7:30pm
£7 Advance // £9 OTD

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Happy Accidents - 
Catchy, fun as heck, poppy indie rock from London that makes you realise you're not the only one who thinks the way you do. One of the best bands in the UK. New album 'Everything but the Here and Now' out now on Alcopop Records.

Hurry - 
Lo-fi jangly indie rock from Philadelphia. Bright and breezy tunes FFO The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. Excellent new album 'Every Little Thought' out now on Lame-O Records.

+ 1 more TBA

Happy Accidents

Happy Accidents

Indie Pop

London indie-punk trio Happy Accidents are pleased to announce their return with their second album Everything But The Here And Now set for release on 16th February 2018 via Alcopop! Records.

Everything But The Here And Now marks a real period of growth for the fledgling outfit, who have concentrated on pushing the whole sound of the band forward from the solid DIY roots they sunk on 2016 debut album You Might Be Right. 

Exploring new territory that includes washes of synths, keys and atmospheric production courtesy of Hookworm's Matthew “MJ” Johnson (Drenge, Doe, Martha, Honeyblood), they’re also forging ahead into new lyrical pastures that reflect the often turbulent, yet upward trajectory of their experiences as a band and in their personal lives.

In their short lifespan, Happy Accidents have already garnered attention from publications including Noisey, DIY, Kerrang! Magazine and Upset. After catching the attention of BBC Introducing London, the band went on to be be played by Annie Mac and Huw Stephens at BBCR1, Steve Lamacq at BBC 6music and John Kennedy at Radio X. 

Awarded a slot on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals 2016 they’ve also appeared at the likes of The Great Escape, 2000 Trees, Truck Festival, Southsea, Hand Made, WTFest, A Carefully Planned and more, alongside tours across Europe and the UK with the likes of Muncie Girls, Doe and Fresh.