Phoneys & The Freaks will be playing The Borderline in London on Sunday 8th June. With support from Towns. Plus special guest DJs including Chris Dolan & Phil Jones. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here: http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/phoneys–the-freaks-tickets/117949
Alex & Bonehead will be playing The Deaf Institute in Manchester on Saturday 24th May. With special guest Jonny Brown from Twisted Wheel. Tickets on sale now: https://t.co/hPumUimhH9
We are pleased to announce that Alex will be performing at this year’s Kendal Calling Festival. Alex’s current collaboration with Bonehead (Phoneys & The Freaks) will take to the stage over the weekend of 1-3 August 2014. Winners of the ‘Best Medium Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards 2013, Kendal Calling is located at Lowther Deer Park in the beautiful Lake District.
More information on the festival and full line-up details can be found here: http://www.kendalcalling.co.uk/
Available tickets are on sale here: http://www.kendalcalling.co.uk/tickets/
See you in the fields.
Alex and Bonehead’s new collaboration Phoneys & The Freaks have been confirmed to play this summer’s Lakefest. Located at Croft Farm Waterpark in Gloucestershire, the line-up also features Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Shed Seven, Lee ‘Scrath’ Perry, plus many more. Alex & Bonehead will be joined by their full band as they take to the main stage on Sunday 10th August.
Remaining tickets available here: http://lakefest.co.uk/tickets/
Alex & Bonehead have been confirmed to perform at this year’s Strawberry Fields Festival in Leicestershire. The two musicians current collaboration ‘Phoneys & The Freaks’ will play the main stage on Friday 8th August.
Tickets on sale now: http://www.strawberryfieldsfestival.co.uk/tickets/
Introducing Phoneys & The Freaks, a brand new collaboration between Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs and singer/songwriter Alex Lipinski. Having been blown away by Alex’s support slots for his previous band last year, the former Oasis guitarist and Lipinski soon developed a working relationship and began writing and recording together; Phoneys & The Freaks was born.
The resulting sessions produced elements of The Verve, traces of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and shades of others who can pen instantly memorable stadium sized anthems.
Sell out gigs in London and Manchester have showcased what Phoneys & The Freaks can produce when they bring their songs to life on stage. With a summer of festivals planned and a debut EP to be released on Cherry Red imminently, 2014 is already proving to be a busy year indeed for the two musicians.