Ebbot Lundberg & The Indigo Children
Ebbot Lundberg & The Indigo Children + The Galileo 7
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
Retro Man Blog presents the return of The Soundtrack of Our Lives frontman Ebbot Lundberg & The Indigo Children with Special Guests The Galileo 7.
Following the well-received success of his debut London show with The Indigo Children back on Mid Summer’s Day in 2016, Ebbot Lundberg, the former Soundtrack of Our Lives and Union Carbide Productions legendary Swedish frontman, returns to the Half Moon Putney for a rare and long-awaiting UK appearance.
Ebbot will once again be backed by the stunning Indigo Children so expect a set packed full of classic songs from his impressive back catalogue along with inspired cover versions and superb new material.
Special Guests on the night will be the critically acclaimed Medway based Psych Pop band The Galileo 7 who also boast a fine pedigree including members who have served time in acts such as The Prisoners, James Taylor Quartet, The Embrooks & The Baron Four.
Ebbot Lundberg, the charismatic frontman of The Soundtrack of Our Lives and Union Carbide Productions, two of Sweden’s most influential bands, will be returning to The Half Moon Putney for a rare UK show.
Retro Man Blog and Shindig! Magazine are proud to present Ebbot together with his exciting new band The Indigo Children who will be performing songs from their forthcoming album “The Kybalion" along with a pick of classics from his previous bands and much more besides.
As a member of such legendary Medway based bands such as The Prisoners, The Solarflares, James Taylor Quartet and now Graham Day & the Forefathers, Allan Crockford cemented his reputation as a reliable sideman for more flamboyant figures. But now he is fronting his own band The Galileo 7.
Call it pop-psych, psych-mod, punkadelic, powerpop or whatever you like, if it's energy you're after you won't be disappointed. Now, with a new souped-up line-up featuring the almost legendary Mole (Embrooks, Higher State, Mystreated & head of State Records) on drums, The Galileo 7 are cranking up the energy levels even more