August 29th, 1966, saw The Beatles perform their last live show in Candlestick Park, San Francisco, after more than 1400 gigs. From that moment onwards, the formation would exist as purely a studio band.
Picking up where The Beatles left off, Dutch natives The Analogues readily take up the challenge when it comes to performing live.
After selling out multiple-thousand capacity venues in their home country, The Analogues are excited to announce their London debut. Taking place at the O2’s Indigo,the band bring their upcoming tour based on Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band to the home nation of The Beatles.
With a set that incorporates a unique collection of vintage instruments and amplifiers, alongside a 10-strong horn section, the band show absolute commitment to authenticity – without a single wig or costume in sight. It’s all about the music.