We Used to Make Things in Concert! Thursday, April 13 at 7 PM at the ALIF Riad, 6 Derb Drissi, Batha
"We Used to Make Things" are a North London 8 piece pop-group that make a grand noise. A patchwork of different people bonded through their music with spell-binding 4-part vocal harmonies, soaring melodies, brash horn sections and a satisfying respect for a good pop hook. Spearheaded by intensely smart lyrics about dissatisfaction, personal-politics, isolation and the kind of characters Mike Leigh and Harold Pinter would be proud of.
The band deliver an electrifying and entertaining full live show as well as unadorned a cappella pop that has enthralled audiences of all ages. We Used to Make Things’ journey is in turn funny, poignant and also very good to dance to. They are proudly indie, and 100 per cent D.I.Y. They have played festivals including Larmer Tree, Secret Garden Party, Standon Calling, Independent Music Day and more locally at venues including the Union Chapel, St. Pancras Old Church and Ronnie Scotts."
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This concert, organised by the ALC-ALIF Music Club, is free and open to the general public.