Half Moon presents:

Tom Hingley - Inspiral Carpets

Tom Hingley (ex Inspiral Carpets) + Yard Arms

Half Moon - Putney, London

£12 adv / £14 door
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
General Admission (e-ticket)
$18.15 + $1.81 s/c

Inspiral Carpets ‘glory days’ front man Tom Hingley brings you his own heartfelt blues inspired songs… and they’re great!

‘Sand‘ is one of Tom Hingley’s acoustic albums it starts with a heartbeat… and ends with a string quartet. ‘Paper‘ is one of Tom Hingley’s electric guitar powered albums.

This is How it Feels was the first single by the Inspiral Carpets to enter the UK Top 40 chart. Taken from the album Life, the song reached number 14 in the charts in 1990. After six successful years, Inspiral Carpets split in 1995 and Hingley started performing as a solo artist, releasing Keep Britain Untidy (2000) and Soulfire (2002), released on his own label Newmemorabilia Records.

Formed in 2018, Bristol-based transatlantic duo Yard Arms are a jangle-pop powerhouse offering up a taste of late noughties euphoria and heartfelt melancholy. The band comprises of long time collaborators Noah Villeneuve and Billy Golding, whom keen followers of the Bristol music scene will remember from previous projects such as Archimedes.

Line Up

Inspiral Carpets ‘glory days’ front man Tom Hingley brings you his own heartfelt blues inspired songs… and they’re great!

‘Sand‘ is one of Tom Hingley’s acoustic albums it starts with a heartbeat… and ends with a string quartet. ‘Paper‘ is one of Tom Hingley’s electric guitar powered albums.

This is How it Feels was the first single by the Inspiral Carpets to enter the UK Top 40 chart. Taken from the album Life, the song reached number 14 in the charts in 1990. After six successful years, Inspiral Carpets split in 1995 and Hingley started performing as a solo artist, releasing Keep Britain Untidy (2000) and Soulfire (2002), released on his own label Newmemorabilia Records

Formed in 2018, Bristol-based transatlantic duo Yard Arms are a jangle-pop powerhouse offering up a taste of late noughties euphoria and heartfelt melancholy. The band comprises of long time collaborators Noah Villeneuve and Billy Golding, whom keen followers of the Bristol music scene will remember from previous projects such as Archimedes.

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