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Oct 1 2015
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Every time they hit the stage they are welcomed with a roaring crowd. The powerful vocals of Orlando Weeks and the high-on-energy music make it irresistible for their fans not to groove to the songs. That is the kind of affect The Maccabees have on their listeners. The band has enjoyed heightened success since they first stepped into the music scene in 2004. Their popularity and fan base continue to grow not only in England but also in the United States. The indie rock band has so far come up with three studio albums which have charted on UK Albums Chart while also giving hit singles like First Love, Toothpaste Kisses, Love You Better and many more. When it comes to live performances they rule the stage as their NME Awards Tour in 2010 exemplifies it the best. So buy The Maccabees tickets and avail the chance to see them live.
The five member band consists of Orlando Weeks as lead vocalist, Felix White on guitars and backing vocals, Rupert Jarvis on bass, and Sam Doyle on drums, while Will White and Robert Dylan Thomas are touring members. The Maccabees unleashed their debut album Colour It In in the year 2007. Spawning smash hits like First Love, About Your Dress, Precious Time, Toothpaste Kisses, Latchmere and X-Ray made the album an instant success. It landed on the twenty fourth spot on the UK Albums Chart while making way for a massively successful UK and US tour. Furthermore, it amassed four on five stars by Digital Spy and Gigwise while Drowned In Sound showered it with eight out of ten stars. Wall of Arms was the second album that hit the shelves in 2009. It claimed the thirteenth place on the UK Albums Chart. It produced hits such as Empty Vessels, Can You Give It, Love You Better and No Kind Words out of which Love You Better and Can You Give It bagged thirty-sixth and one hundred and twenty-ninth position UK Singles Chart. This album was even bigger and better compared to the previous one in terms of critical and commercial success. It received eight on ten ratings from NME whereas Artrocker tagged it as number one album of 2009, as it shared its status with It’s Blitz by Yeah Yeah Yeah.
Owing to the raging success of the album The Maccabees got an opportunity to showcase their talent at various festivals including Offset Festival, Underage Festival, NewcastleGateshead’s Evolution Festival, and Reading and Leads Festival. They also made their presence known on the Spillers Wharf Stage where other bands such as The View and Little Boots also performed. In 2009, the brass version of their song Can You Give It was recorded with Dodworth Colliery Band which was widely applauded by the fans. In October, The Maccabees emerged as headliners at Brixton Academy not only for their electrifying set of performances but also for drawing an astonishingly large crowd. In November they collaborated with Roots Manuva, a renowned British hip hop/dub rapper who gave his rendition on the songs; No Kind Words and Empty Vessels. The latter was first heard on Zone Lowe’s evening show the same month.
Given to the Wild was another super hit album released by The Maccabees in 2010. It fully lived up to the band’s name and music style. The album was inspired by some of the biggest names who conquered the music industry with their quirky and distinctive musical style; David Bowie, Kate Bush and Stone Roses. However, the album features songs like Went Away, Pelican, Feel to Follow, Ayla, Child, Forever Live Known, and Grew Up at Midnight. Feel to Follow and Pelican took the one eighty-eighth and seventy-fifth place on UK Singles Chart. Pelican was a stand out as it also fetched eightieth, ninety-ninth and seventy-fifth position in Belgium, Netherlands and UK respectively. The album itself charted on Belgium Albums Chart, Dutch Albums Chart, Irish Albums Chart while stealing the fourth spot on UK Albums Chart, hence receiving an ecstatic response worldwide. The band’s stardom gives every reason to purchase The Maccabees tickets as they are one of the few bands to have achieved phenomenal success in just a few years time.