Idles’ frontman Joe Talbot will join Clint Boon in conversation at The Bread Shed on the first date of a string of intimate events.

Joe Talbot is set to discuss all things music, life and Idles with Clint Boon as he talks in detail about the industry, his career and influences.

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As frontman of IDLES, a self proclaimed angry band from Bristol who have become a beacon of hope for guitar music and a key voice amongst a new wave of artists fighting back in a tough socio-political climate with punk spirit; Joe Talbot has delivered one of recent years’ most memorable Glastonbury sets, tinged pro-immigration, NHS and LGBTQ+ sentiments, joined on stage by his wife and baby, stealing the hearts of not just Worthy Farm, but a whole watching nation too.

Talbot’s band also delivered the goods during an incredible Mercury Prize performance in the wake of releasing revolutionary second record, Joy As An Act Of Resistance, and are widely regarded as one of the finest live acts in the world right now.

The events open at Manchester’s The Breadshed, featuring live music from Faux Pas and Witch Fever, take place across the UK and Ireland in February and March.

When does Idles’ Joe Talbot join Clint Boon in conversation at The Bread Shed?

Joe Talbot joins Clint Boon in conversation at The Bread Shed on 13 February 2020.  The event is one of eight ‘in conversation’ dates Joe Talbot is participating in:
13 February   –   Manchester, The Bread Shed with Clint Boon
23 February   –   Edinburgh, Old Dr Bells Baths with Jonzip McNeill
29 February   –   Glasgow, Barras Art and Design Venue with Alan McGee
1 March   –   Halifax, Square Chapel Arts Centre with Alan McGee
2 March   –   London, The Water Rats with Alan McGee
7 March   –   Dublin, The Sugar Club
8 March   –   Dublin, The Sugar Club
12 March   –   Birmingham, The Night Owl with Alan McGee