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The Lounge Kittens Fan Reviews (2) 5.0
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"Absolutely brilliant"
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The Lounge Kittens , Rescue Rooms, Nottingham - 4th April 2019

OH MY GOD they were fantastic! Such brilliant singers and so funny between songs. Can't wait to see them again.

Posted by Jason on 05/04/2019

"Amazing performance"
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The Lounge Kittens , Hare and Hounds, Birmingham - 28th March 2019

Amazing performance sounds just like a recorded track they get to know the fans at a meet and greet

Posted by Becky boo lah on 29/03/2019

Artist Bio

The Lounge Kittens have announced that they’ll be disbanding after playing their final shows in
Manchester, London and Southampton in February 2020.

The Southampton trio have become regulars on the festival scene and touring circuit since they
crashed into the lives of every YouTubing metalhead with their infamous cover of Rollin’ by Limp
Bizkit. After opening the nu-metal heroes’ set on the main stage at Sonisphere 2014 it soon became
impossible to ignore the Kittens as they were invited to tour alongside Steel Panther, Jaret Reddick
(Bowling for Soup) and Status Quo.

Two EPs and one album later, the band spent much of this year pushing their way through the
recent PledgeMusic meltdown; rewarding fans with the items they’d pledged for despite the (now
deceased) crowdfunding site failing to pass on more than £15,000 of their fans’ money. “It was
never about the money” says Zan (the Pink one) “but the stress of the PledgeMusic situation
definitely played a part in our decision. To work THAT HARD for so long and still not be able to pay
the bills at the end of it all is disappointing and it can’t help but suck a little bit of the fun out of
things. And we never, ever want it to stop being fun. That’s the whole point of everything.”
The harmonic trio turned their love for what they do into a fan-focussed community, speaking out
about mental health and encouraging their followers to do the same. “Sharing music with your
friends is one of the most fun, intimate and life-affirming things you can ever do. Sharing music with
strangers and bonding with them in the same way is quite frankly, out of this world” says Jen (the
Red one). “We never expected even a quarter of the experiences and opportunities we've been
lucky enough to share together. No amount of music appreciation, research, reading or practice can
really prepare you for the ups and downs that come with being in a band, but through all the
difficulties we’ve met so many incredible fans along the way.”

Timia (the Blue one) continues “TLK has been a bonding experience so wild and extraordinary I
doubt anything will ever compare to it. To have an opportunity to connect with people - both the
girls and everyone spiralling out from them who found a sense of fun or belonging as part of ‘Team
Kitten’ has been a privilege and I feel extremely fortunate and toasty to have ridden this magical
wave for as long as we did. Our intentions were to create a little light relief in our own lives and
maybe a handful of others, crack a few smiles and get a couple of laughs - and somehow knocked it
out the park in a way we daren’t dream was possible. I’m so proud.”

In their social media post they stated “We decided that if we were going to call time on the band, then there’s only one way we want to go out - the three of us standing together and having a big fucking last laugh. We would like our final shows to be a huge celebration of everything that we’ve achieved over the past 6 years (and by ‘we’, we mean us three, the whole of our extended Team Kitten and all of you lot).”

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