Pendulum Trinity, the original line up of Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen & Paul ‘El Hornet’ Harding, have announced a huge outdoor date for their only London show of the year.
The gig takes place on Friday 13th August 2021 at The Drumsheds and marks a welcome return to live shows for the legendary drum and bass outfit.
The Australian drum & bass trio have pulled in 2 support acts that could no doubt sell out this show in their own right!! Hybrid Minds are one of the biggest acts in D&B right now, known for their melodic singalong anthems, their DJ sets are well worth catching & are always hosted expertly by MC Tempza.
Pendulum have also coaxed the chart topping DJ Fresh back to the stage!! Having taken a break from music over the past couple of years to focus on other ventures, it’s good to see Fresh back on the scene doing what he does best. Fingers crossed we’ll hear some new music from him plus some of the classics from both his solo & had Bad Company back catalogue.
Last year saw the return of Pendulum Trinity to the drum & bass world with the excellent Driver after a ten year hiatus.
In that time they hadn’t turned their backs on making music. El Hornet was still actively DJing, while Rob & Gareth started their Knife Party project to explore different avenues within the dance music scene.
Hopefully we get more D&B releases from Pendulum in the lead up to The Drumsheds show.
Epic Live Stream
The return of the Pendulum monkier was also backed up with a very special live stream show broadcast from Spitbank Fort, a 150 year old, former military fort, in the middle of the English Channel. The stream was so impressive we even added it to our list of Epic Live Streams!
Tickets for the Pendulum Trinity event at The Drumshed go live today at midday from Skiddle. We’re predicting they will sell our VERY fast.
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