When did Bloc Party split?

When did Bloc Party split?

The indie group split in 2013 following a final gig at Latitude Festival, with drummer Matt Tong being replaced for the performance. And now, Kele has spoken out on the incident. The 34-year-old told NME: “I can tell you it was about someone doing cocaine and someone not being into it.

When did Bloc Party play Glastonbury?

BBC Music – Glastonbury, 2009, Bloc Party & Doves.

Is Bloc Party still together?

It’s a small miracle that 2000s indie royalty Bloc Party are still on speaking terms, let alone still playing music together. Internal feuds between the British band, which is headed up by lead singer Kele Okereke, have been long reported since they officially formed in 2003.

What happened to Bloc Party drummer?

Hiatus and line-up changes (2013–2015) During the summer tour of 2013, drummer Matt Tong left the band. In March 2015, bassist Gordon Moakes tweeted he had parted ways with Bloc Party. Following the departure of their former members, Okereke and Lissack started to work on new songs on their own in late 2014.

Who Left Bloc?

Gordon Moakes says he’s left Bloc Party to concentrate on his side project Young Legionnaire. The bassist is the second member of the band to leave after drummer Matt Tong quit in 2013. Bloc Party have started work on their fifth studio album, the follow-up to 2012’s Four.

What is the Bloc Quebecois party platform?

Bloc Québécois
Youth wing Forum jeunesse du Bloc Québécois
Membership 19,000
Ideology Quebec nationalism Quebec sovereigntism Regionalism Social democracy Environmentalism
Political position Centre-left

Who headlined Glastonbury 2009?

Neil Young
The three main headline acts (Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band and Blur) were announced in March 2009, with the full line up being released on 25 May 2009.

What js a block party?

A block party or street party is a party in which many members of a single community congregate, either to observe an event of some importance or simply for mutual solidarity and enjoyment.

Who is the drummer for Bloc Party?

Matt Tong2002 – 2013
Louise BartleSince 2015
Bloc Party/Drummers

What are the Bloc Québécois beliefs?

Bloc Québécois
Membership 19,000
Ideology Quebec nationalism Quebec sovereigntism Regionalism Cultural liberalism Environmentalism Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
Colours Light blue

Who is the leader of the Bloc Québécois party in Canada 2020?

Yves-François Blanchet MP (French: [iv fʁɑ̃swa blɑ̃ʃɛ]; born April 16, 1965) is a Canadian politician who has served as leader of the Bloc Québécois (BQ) since 2019. He has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Beloeil—Chambly since the 2019 election.

Who performed at Glastonbury 2011?

Headline acts on the Pyramid Stage were U2, Coldplay and Beyoncé, performing on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively; with Beyoncé as Glastonbury’s premier finale for 2011.

When did Bloc Party release their second album?

After which the band embarked on an 18-month world tour, which would see Bloc Party reach their considerable fan base in the U.S. Produced by Garret “Jacknife” Lee, Bloc Party’s sophomore full-length “A Weekend in the City” was released in February 2007.

Who are the former members of Bloc Party?

Former members Matt Tong and Gordon Moakes left the band in 2013 and 2015 respectively. Their brand of music, whilst rooted in rock, retains elements of other genres such as electronica and house music.

When did Bloc Party play Tiny birthdays club?

In August 2012 they played the tiny Birthdays club in London as a reward for making the no.1 slot on the midweek itunes chart. The light shows, also you can guarantee will be a spectacle at a Bloc Party shows, pulsing strobes, lasers, the lot.

Where did Bloc Party play in Southampton Guildhall?

We saw Bloc Party at the Southampton Guildhall as part is the NME tour. They were supported by Ratboy and Drenge. The sound engineering was a bit off for the support acts and it was very hard to hear the singers and we were worried that this may ruin the Bloc Party performance.