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22 hours of December shows - plus 2021 Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

Artist Info

Soft Toy Emergency

Soft Toy Emergency
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Soft Toy Emergency were a five-piece electro-pop band from Liverpool; Jen (vocals), George (bass), Luciano (synths), Andy (guitar) & Will (drums). They like going round the country making noises that entice people to dance.

They formed the band back when our favourite pastimes included buckfast-drinking and floor-breaking at houseparties. Since then they have played some beastly gigs, gone on a few UK tours and crashed on many floors. This summer we've been lucky to play at some of the UK's major festivals including: Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, V and Isle Of Wight.

After releasing two singles through Friends Vs Records and gaining support from radio2XS, Radio 1's Jo Whiley and Huw Stephens, BBC6 Music's Steve Lamacq, Nemone and Tom Robinson and XFM's John Kennedy, they re-released their single 'Critical' on 9 November.
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