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The Futureheads at Leeds O2 Academy Leeds

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The Futureheads are an indie and alternative rock band from Sunderland, now consisting of Barry Hyde, David Hyde, Jaff and Ross Millard who take inspiration from post punk, new wave and pop. The band began as a trio who met as tutors of a youth project - which aimed to get kids off the street and into music instead.



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Thu Oct 15 2020 Leeds, UK UK
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Propaganda Live Tour Featuring Reverend and The Makers / The Futureheads / The Holloways
Leeds, O2 Academy Leeds
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Address: Leeds O2 Academy Leeds, 55 Cookridge Street, Leeds, LS2 3AW
Telephone: 0844 477 2000
Venue Capacity: 2300
The O2 Academy Leeds is one of many Academy Music Group owned, O2 sponsored live music and entertainment venues in the UK. Boasting a capacity of 2,300, the building was originally known as the Coliseum after first opening in 1885, before becoming a cinema, town hall, and even a bingo hall before returning to action as a club and opening as the O2 Academy in 2008. It's a common stop on any rock, indie, and metal band's UK tour.