As up and coming faces on the indie music scene, Childhood are embarking on a UK tour to mark the triumphant release of their debut album ‘Lacuna’ earlier this year. Joined by Kid Wave, the South London four piece will do a brief trip around the country this October, following a busy festival season. They will be stopping in Sheffield, Manchester, Brighton, Birmingham, Norwich, and our very own Southampton, in no less a venue than The Joiners.
Having previously supported the likes of Palma Violets, Miles Kane, and Johnny Marr, this band have already had a taste of fame. Their debut album received high acclaim from NME, reached number one position in the record store charts, and was produced by Dan Carey, known for his work with Bloc Party, Django Django, and Franz Ferdinand. With indie music becoming such a large and diverse market, some acts may begin to find it even harder to break into fame, but with their original and interesting sound Childhood are unlikely to fail in the near future.