FAIRCHILD Support The Human League
21 Nov 2016 by Canvas Sounds

FAIRCHILD Support The Human League

Fairchild will support The Human League for two sold out shows at Llandudno Venue Cymru (Nov 23rd) and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (Dec 6th) on the back of the trio's A Very British Synthesizer Group tour! This is unprecedented. In the world of nostalgic 80s pop, The Human League are like elite elders in tight, white lycra; gatekeepers in high-waisted Z. Cavaricci slacks, deciding on the fates of indie bands looking trespass on their land and steal their Honda Civic CRX. Only the synth-iest, most brazenly bitchin' artistes are allowed to stay. It seems The Fairchildren made the cut.

So why not throw on a Marty McFly puffy down vest and that oversized Frankie Say Relax bedshirt you bought for £90 on ebay because according to your Etsy profile you care about preserving forgotten relics of the past? While you're at it maybe polish up those penny loafers, throw on a pair of Cazal specs and Jheri curl your hair with Soul Glo before telling your girlfriend her hair looks better in a side pony and that she shouldn't always wear Spandex just cause she saw Olivia Newton-John do it once on MTV. You both look funky fresh, honestly. Just own it.






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