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网上电脑现金捕鱼Caribou releases new track and confirms UK 2020 tour dates, get tickets

Caribou releases new track and confirms UK 2020 tour dates, get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 9 October 2019

Caribou released new track and confirms UK 2020 tour dates, get tickets

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Dan Snaith returns to his moniker with first new music in five years

Caribou, aka Dan Snaith, has announced that he will head out on a headline tour of the UK in March 2020. Tickets for the shows are available at 9am on Fri 11 Oct.

The announcement comes in line with the new single ‘Home’ which premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World. The song marks Caribou’s first new release in five years, but that’s not to say Dan Snaith hasn’t been busy under his other monikers Daphne and Manitoba. News of a new album is yet to be confirmed but is surely in the pipeline.

Caribou last album, 2014’s Our Love spawned hits like ‘Can’t Do Without You’. The Canadian musician’s other critically acclaimed albums include 2007’s Andorra and 2010’s Swim. Hits like ‘Sun’, ‘Odessa’, ‘Leave House’ and ‘She’s the One’ remain prominent on club捕鱼下现金哪个好 night playlists.

Caribou’s tour kicks off on Mon 30 Mar at the Brighton Dome before shows in Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Bristol. The tour comes to a close on Tue 7 Apr at the O2 Academy Brixton in London.

Caribou tour dates 2020:
Mon 30 Mar – Brighton Dome, Brighton
Wed 1 Apr – Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool
Thu 2 Apr – O2 Academy, Leeds
Fri 3 Apr – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
Sat 4 Apr – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
Sun 5 Apr – O2 Academy, Birmingham
Mon 6 Apr – O2 Academy, Bristol
Tue 7 Apr – O2 Academy Brixton, London

Tickets for Caribou’s tour go on sale at 9am on Fri 11 Oct.

现金捕鱼下分能兑换的Angel Has Fallen review – Fun is in short supply in the third entry in the Gerard Butler-fronted action franchise

Angel Has Fallen (2 stars)

  • Kevin Harley
  • 21 August 2019

Angel Has Fallen

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Fun is in short supply in the third entry in the Gerard Butler-fronted action franchise

Minutes into the third entry in the action franchise begun by Olympus Has Fallen and its London sequel, a grunt harangues US Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) for taking military training too seriously. Call it fair warning for what the next two hours will deliver, relentlessly. Dour and derivative, portentous and preposterous, director Ric Roman Waugh’s series debut engages only when a healthy awareness of its ridiculousness penetrates the macho self-regard and strenuous grimacing. Which isn’t very often.

This time, Banning’s bouts of PTSD and post-concussion migraines pump up an under-earned tone of solemnity, echoing similar medical upsets in The Dark Knight Rises. Even so, Banning winds up overseeing security on the fishing trip of President Trumbull (Morgan Freeman), which goes pear-shaped when a drone assault leaves several dead, the Pres comatose, and Banning accused of engineering the hit.

As our potty-mouthed, perma-frowning hero goes rogue, his quest t潮汐捕鱼微信提现金版o clear his name leads to a reunion with his estranged, forest-dwelling father. Played with wild-eyed relish by Nick Nolte, the mischievous Clay adds dashes of knowingly ludicrous humour when he destroys half a mountain to protect his son.

Elsewhere, fun is in shorter supply than thudding f-bombs or assailants to slaughter. If the sound-mix induces tinnitus, the murky images prove no kinder to the eyes. The cast seem dispirited, with Butler grunting grumpily, Freeman playing comatose a little too convincingly, and Piper Perabo (replacing Radha Mitchell) struggling with the thankless wife / mother role. Danny Huston draws diminishing returns from playing Danny Huston once more, before the climax pulverises any lingering traces of interest in its workmanlike barrages of property destruction.

With no surprises, few laughs and only the stodgiest of set-pieces on offer, Clay’s remark about knowing ‘when to quit’ provides a rare note of wisdom. For this bizarrely over-extended series, that time is now.

General release from Wed 21 Aug.

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