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Song Of The Day: Trampolene ” The Boy That Life Forgot “

Trampolene, the hardest working band I know, are back again with a banger of another single, The Boy That Life Forgot. The single is another hint of what we will hear when they finally release their hotly anticipated debut album ‘SWANSEA TO HORNSEY’  on October 27th.

The intro on Boy That Life Forgot is absolutely beautiful, the music ebbs and flows behind Jack Jones’s soothing voice, the lyrics proving again that he is truly a poet of this generation.

Listen below:


Catch Trampolene on tour:

28th Lincoln – 2Q Festival
2nd Cardiff – The Moon (This Feeling Club Night)
3rd Bristol – The Mother’s Ruin  (This Feeling Club Night)
4th Brighton – Hope & Ruin  (This Feeling Club Night)
5th Southampton – Talking Heads 
7th Leeds – Lending Room  (This Feeling Club Night)
8th Liverpool – Magnet  (This Feeling Club Night)
9th Manchester – Jimmy’s  (This Feeling Club Night)
10th Sheffield – Leadmill (Musicians Against Homelessness with CABBAGE)
18th London – Tru Era Cafe (JACK ONLY) SOLD OUT
22nd Oslo (Norway) – The Sentrum Scene (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES)
23rd Aarhus (Denmark) – Train (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES)
24th Stockholm (Sweden) – Vasateatern (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES) SOLD OUT
25th Stockholm (Sweden) – Vasateatern (Jack with PETER DOHERTY & THE PUTA MADRES)
27th Zurich – Kaufleuten Lounge
10th Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER) SOLD OUT
12th Birmingham – Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER) SOLD OUT
13th Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER) SOLD OUT
14th Blackpool – Empress Ballroom (With THE LIBERTINES) SOLD OUT
15th  Brighton – Centre (with (with LIAM GALLAGHER) SOLD OUT
16th Manchester – MEN Arena (with LIAM GALLAGHER) SOLD OUT
Get your copy of Swansey to Hornsey here

About Teri (2416 Articles)
You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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