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The Wonder Stuff Are Set To Perform Live In Liverpool This July With Much Loved Classics & Rarities

British Indie Alt-Rock Band, The Wonder Stuff, Are Coming To Liverpool As Part Of Thier UK Tour To Perform Their 'Construction For The Modern Idiot' Album Live Alongside Some Of Their Much Loved Classics & Rarities

The Wonder Stuff will be stopping by Liverpool's The Baltic Triangle on their UK Tour this July (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).
The Wonder Stuff will be stopping by Liverpool's The Baltic Triangle on their UK Tour this July (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).

30 years after the release of ‘Construction For The Modern Idiot’ by The Wonder Stuff, the much loved British Indie-Alt Rock Band are back, and they are performing the ablum in its entirety at their live shows this July, including a Liverpool date.


October 1993 saw the release of The Wonder Stuff’s fourth album, ‘Construction For The Modern Idiot’, which hit the number 4 spot in the UK chart. Their hit album features fantastic tracks such as ‘On The Ropes’, ‘Hot love Now’ and ‘Full of Life (Happy Now)’. Now 30 years on, and the record has been re-released in multiple formats and still stands up as one of the most important indie albums of all time, inspiring a myriad of British and US artists.


This year, the twelve-legged groove machine will be hitting the road again, playing 2 sets each night. They will perform ‘Construction For The Modern Idiot’ in its entirety before playing a full set of hits, classics and rarities from their extensive 37-year catalogue of fantastic music.

British Indie Alt-Rock Band, The Wonder Stuff, are coming to Liverpool to perform their 'Construction For The Modern Idiot' Album live alongside some of their much loved classics and rarities (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).
British Indie Alt-Rock Band, The Wonder Stuff, are coming to Liverpool to perform their 'Construction For The Modern Idiot' Album live alongside some of their much loved classics and rarities (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).

The Wonder Stuff Dates For July 2023:

  • 23rd – Newcastle, Boiler Shop – Support Ian Prowse.

  • 24th – Liverpool Hangar, 34 – Support Ian Prowse.

  • 26th – Southampton, The 1865 – Support Ian Prowse.

Alongside front man, Miles Hunt, on guitar and vocals is only other original band member, Malcolm Treece, on guitar. Additionally, they will be joined by the longest standing fiddle player, Erica Nockalls. Also in the line-up is Mark Gemini-Thwaite (of The Mission, Tricky, and Theatre of Hate fame) on guitar, as well as EAT’s Tim Sewell on bass, and Pete Howard (known for The Clash, Queen Adreena, and EAT) on drums.


Since the band’s formation in 1986 The Wonder Stuff really has had an amazing journey so far, selling millions of albums worldwide and continuing to record and tour internationally. The band has remained at the top of their game and continue to play with a passion and attitude that has set them apart from most of their contemporaries.


You can get your tickets for their Liverpool show (and their other shows) through The Wonder Stuff's Tour page on their website. The Liverpool show will take place at Hangar 34 in The Baltic Triangle, which has been previously voted to be one of the coolest places in the UK, so it's the perfect spot to welcome The Wonder Stuff.


Location:

Hangar 34,

34 Greenland Street,

The Baltic Triangle,

Liverpool City Centre,

City of Liverpool, L1 0BS,

Liverpool City Region, UK.

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