The Magic Gang are about to pen their final chapter. Known for their vibrant 2018 self-titled album that fused indie vibes with pop flair and their soulful 2020 follow-up Death of The Party, the band’s journey is sadly approaching its finale.
The end comes in the form of a UK tour, giving fans a chance to bid adieu. It kicks off at Glasgow St Luke’s Church on May 21st, rolls into Manchester’s New Century Hall on the 22nd, and wraps up in London at the Electric Ballroom on May 23rd. Tickets go live at 9am on January 26th.
Jack Kaye reminisces about the band’s inception and growth: “This band started in 2013 in a bedroom in Kris’ parents house… There was something truly magical about that recording; a lightning-in-a-bottle moment you take for granted when you first start a band.”
Reflecting on a decade of making music, Jack adds, “We’ve travelled the world and have had the opportunity to share our music with anyone who cared to listen… For now, we’ve decided to call time on The Magic Gang.”
He assures fans that the members’ creative journeys will continue while this chapter closes. The farewell shows are a token of gratitude, a celebration of everything from Bruises to their latest work.
So, as The Magic Gang prepares to bow out, they leave behind a legacy of indie anthems and heartfelt memories. Thank you, and good night, indeed.
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