The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance is excited to announce indie band Delays will be headlining Graduation 2010 at London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Sunday, 17th October.
Following the afternoon’s graduation ceremony, the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire will open its doors for this special event to students, friends and partners of the Institute for an evening of music and celebration. Graduating Institute student bands will be taking the stage before headline act, Delays.
Delays have released four critically acclaimed albums since 2004, with three making the UK Top 30 chart. With a sound that ranges from the indie romanticism of ‘Nearer Than Heaven’, through the psychedelic disco rush of ‘Valentine’, to the all-out pop anthemics of ‘Hooray’, Delays recently released their album Star Tiger Star Ariel on Lookout Mountain Records and are currently touring the UK and US. Check out the band at www.thedelays.co.uk.
For further information this and other events at the Institute, contact us directly on:
- 020 7328 0222
About the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance:
The Institute is widely recognised as one of Europe’s leading schools of modern music. Established almost a quarter of a century ago, the Institute has been developing and delivering cutting-edge courses to students of contemporary music for longer than any other UK-based school. Originally known as the Guitar Institute and Basstech, the school has built its reputation on providing world class teaching using the very best teachers and state-of-the-art facilities. It now offers a range of professional courses including a 3-year Degree (BMus), a 2-year Foundation Degree, a fully-funded 1-year Diploma, a specialist 1-year Higher Diploma, a Professional Diploma in Songwriting plus a wide portfolio of part-time courses designed to meet a variety of training needs for guitarists, bass players, drummers, vocalists and songwriters. Past or present Institute students can be found everywhere, touring with the likes of Moby and The Noisettes, playing with bands like Radiohead and Babyshambles and artists like Eric Clapton and Kylie Minogue, and also working as teachers all over the world.