“The sound is lush and deep and it accents Chemistry Lane’s ambition.”
Ian Hughes, Daily Post Cymraeg.
“Chester-based Chemistry Lane are the kind of sonic alchemists who draw upon music from all colours of the musical spectrum”
Peter Guy, Liverpool Echo.
The nostalgic night that is Chemistry Lane’s farewell show quickly approaches us, as they also celebrate the release of their conclusive album.
It has been almost a decade since the birth of Chemistry Lane, yet in a unique set of circumstances, they find themselves preparing their debut release whilst coinciding it with their final ever show.
The new year will resemble a fresh start for the band, as they plan to go their separate ways after a respectful period spent together. To conclude their journey as Chemistry Lane, they will play their curtain closing show at Telford’s Warehouse, whilst also celebrating the launch of their debut album, ‘Spirals Accelerate’.
“We’ve spent the best part of a decade together, and in that time, we’ve done some things that we’re really proud of, but now we feel it’s time to change paths”.
Simon Jones (Vocals, Guitar).
The ultimate show will take place January 31st, alongside this, there will be an opportunity to purchase the debut album. Telford’s Warehouse will be creating the nostalgic night that is Chemistry Lane’s farewell show, with the band and fans celebrating as one.
Entry on the night will be free any time before 9pm, whilst tickets will be available at the door on the night from just £5. More information is available on Telford’s Warehouse’s, and Chemistry Lane’s website. The venue is located at Tower Wharf, Raymond St, Chester CH1 4EZ.