In one of the most famous musical cities in the world, there is certainly not a shortage of live music to get stuck into in the city this month.
Merseynewslive dives into the latest upcoming gigs that are well worth the admission fee.
The young Wigan band has made a stunning wave in the indie scene with their debut album ‘ How beautiful life can be’ soaring to number 1 in the album charts.
Having already played at some of the biggest festivals in the UK, the Lathums are set to play again this year at Reading and Leeds, TRNSMT and Sound City here in Liverpool.
If you can’t wait that long, The Lathums are playing at St Michael-in-the-Hamlet Church near Sefton Park on the February 21. The show is currently sold out, however you can join the waiting list here.
The Night Café
Local boys The Night Café are another shining light in the North West’s indie scene. The Scouse indie-pop four-piece released their debut album 0151 in 2019 and have supported acts such as popular indie band Sundara Karma.
Their song ‘Mixed Signals’ reached 11 million listens on Spotify and they currently boast 244k active monthly listeners.
They are live at the Olympia in Kensington on the February 26.
A popular musician worldwide, Miles Kane has enjoyed a fruitful relationship with Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner.
Their supergroup The Last Shadow Puppets are an indie favourite with their number 1 album Everything You’ve Come To Expect.
Kane’s solo discography is still nothing to be sneered at. He enjoyed his best period in the early 2010’s with brilliant tracks like Come Closer, Inhaler and Don’t Forget Who You Are.
With his fast and cool style, this is a gig you should definitely get yourself down to.
Kane is playing at the 02 Academy on the February 14.
Another widely popular group, the alternative rock band from London have received widespread critical acclaim.
In 2016 they won the NME award for best live band and a Mercury Prize for Album of the Year for ‘ Visons of a life’.
Wolf Alice have received tons of other nominations in many categories and remain a fantastic band to experience live.
They play at Liverpool Guild of Students on the February 22.