Torquay venue's live music success continues with Big Wave
TORQUAY SEAFRONT'S One World Café on Abbey Gardens is making a name as an alternative live music venue after another successful outdoor performance from popular Torquay band Big Wave.
Over one hundred people attended the intimate homecoming gig from the five piece guitar popband, fresh from playing at Dorset's End of the Road Music Festival with Beach House, Patti Smith and Graham Coxon.
One World Cafe staged the free event after successfully hosting another Torquay band, Oxbow Lakes, the week before.
"We were all very excited to be playing in Torquay again and couldn't wait to take to the stage at One World." said Big Wave bassist Pete Malone, "We were very well-received by everyone who attended, including the owners, who offered us the opportunity to play again in the coming months."
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He added, "The End of the Road festival was great; we had some real positive feedback. It looks like we've picked up some new fans and it was a real privilege to play on that line-up. The organisers have invited us to play in Plymouth next month for their Oxjam live event on the Barbican."
Torquay born Big Wave supported Metronomy in Torbay last year and have all summer been playing outside of Devon, including London. After their critically acclaimed debut EP 'The Roots of Love' sold out, the band recently thanked fans by releasing a free download of their track 'Dying on the Vine' through Plymouth based label Art is Hard Records, available here
They will be releasing a new 7" single 'Only You' next month. For more information, please click here