Delphic forced to move single launch gig venue due to licensing issues

Gig will now take place at Blink in Manchester

Last week Yeah Yeah Yeahs announced they were ditching their guitars to try something new. Now, it appears this trend is already catching on. In this week's Radar section, Delphic's guitarist Matt Cocksedge candidly states: "The guitar is dead, that's it. I think guitars have become a bit boring, a bit mainstream." Pic: Andy Fallon
Delphic have changed the venue for their single launch party this Saturday (April 25).

The gig - in honour of the band's 'Counterpoint' single, which is out now - was originally scheduled to take place at The Chapel in Manchester. However, due to licensing issues, it has now been moved to Blink, on Church Street in the city's Northern Quarter.

All original tickets are valid.

The line up for the gig remains the same:

Delphic (Live)
Ewan Pearson (DJ)
The Chain (DJ)
Will Tramp! (DJ)

To check the availability of Delphic tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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