Heavenly Records To Celebrate 25 Years With A Weekender

Art & Culture

Heavenly Records are to celebrate 25 years of chaotic rock n roll revelry with a label showcase weekender, taking in place in Yorkshire's Hebden Bridge. The event, scheduled for 22nd – 25th January 2015, will see the recently resurgent label run a 3 day series of gigs at the town's Trades Club, with performances from Temples, TOY, The Wythces, Mark Lanegan Band, Stealing Sheep and more, alongside screenings of two Heavenly related films, Lawrence of Belgravia and How We Used to Live. The label is famed for supporting and releasing a number of pioneering artists, including Manic Street Preachers, Andrew Weatherall, St Etiene, Flowered Up, The Magic Numbers, Edwin Collins, and more recently TOY and Temples. It's also famed for the hedonism of the Heavenly Social sessions, the club that saw Chemical Brothers as residents playing their soon-to-be-global mix of hip hop, house and rock to a sweaty central London basement – it's likely that a fair chunk of that hedonistic spirit is going to find it;'s way onto the Heavenly Weekender… 

The full line up runs as follows:



The Wytches



The Voyeurs

Heavenly Jukebox DJs until 2am


Saturday matinee

Jimi Goodwin

Kid Wave

Saturday evening

Mark Lanegan

Duke Garwood

Pete Wiggs and Heavenly Jukebox DJs until 2am


Sunday matinee

Cherry Ghost


Sunday evening

Stealing Sheep

Hooton Tennis Club

Sunday in the theatre Heavenly Films present

Lawrence Of Belgravia

How We Used To Live

Plus Q&A with Paul Kelly & Bob Stanley

For more tickets and info head over to the Heavenly site.