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Paris Youth Foundation announce Manchester date

Paris Youth Foundation announce Manchester gig this Spring. Following their packed-out appearance at Off The Square in February, the Liverpool 5 piece will be returning to the venue once more on Friday 15th May 2020.

Paris Youth Foundation announce Manchester gig this Spring. Following their packed-out appearance at Off The Square in February, the Liverpool 5 piece will be returning to the venue once more on Friday 15th May 2020.

A launch party for the upcoming One Great Podcast, the band will be joined by very special guests: Hot Minute, The Cheap Thrills and Estates. Presented by tastemaker blog One Great Song, the show will see the airing of the first episode of their brand new podcast, with an evening of live music from some of their favourite upcoming Northern artists.

Tickets are priced at just £5.00+BF on sale now and available from:

https://www.seetickets.com/event/one-great-podcast-launch-party/off-the-square/1506052

Paris Youth Foundation have just released vibrant new single: Home Is Where The Heart Is, as heard on BBC 6 Music and Radio X. The track is the first release from the Liverpool five-piece since signing to Modern Sky UK. Recorded at the legendary Parr Street Studios and produced by Rich Turvey (Blossoms, Courteeners, Vistas), Home Is Where The Heart Is is a track brimmed with sonic optimism, yet underpinned by a yearning for closure and comfort.

Speaking about the track frontman Kevin Potter says:

“Home Is Where The Heart Is is very much a love song at its core. It’s about that rare time in breakup, where you kind of don’t want to be sad or argue anymore. You just want to appreciate the time and the memories for what they were. It’s about that person being home for the weekend and how a place and a person can take you back in time, and maybe just for one night you pretend you’re still the same kids who fell in love all that time ago.”

Following their debut show on the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading Festival which caught the attention of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, who has supported the band ever since, Paris Youth Foundation have gone on to play major new music festivals including Hit The North, Live At Leeds, The Great Escape and Liverpool Sound City. The band have just completed their first headline UK tour and since their formation have also played alongside Blaenavon, The Magic Gang, Vistas, The Sherlocks, The Xcerts and The Night Café.

TOUR DATES – MAY 2020

15 – MANCHESTER, Off The Square

Tickets on sale now