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Matt Palmer Band

Events Temporarily Postponed

Sun 26 Apr 2020



£5* Advance | £6* On The Door


Doors 7.15pm | music from 7.30pm

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Matt Palmer Band

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Events Temporarily Postponed

In response to the developing coronavirus situation in the UK, Exeter Phoenix is currently closed to the public. This is a temporary measure and we reviewing this on a month-by-month basis. No events will be taking place during April – the vast majority of events will be rescheduled for later in the year.

Please note that the team are working through rescheduling a very high volume of events, but please rest assured we will be in touch with all ticket holders in due course. Please bear with us during this time.

Unprecedented closures like this with no confirmed government support will be hugely damaging for charities like Exeter Phoenix and many other sectors. If you are in a position to consider making a donation HERE, we would be extremely grateful.

Matt Palmer Band

The Matt Palmer Band is an alternative rock group based in South West England. While they draw on a range of influences, they perhaps most strongly evoke the spirit of grunge rock, inviting comparisons to Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins and Radiohead. Their debut record ‘A Rising Tide‘ was released on 10th October 2019 and is billed as ‘a collection of songs inspired by the human condition, the mechanics of the natural world, and the intersection of the two‘, tackling subjects including sea–level rise and political propaganda.

The group return to the Phoenix for the first time since their SOLD OUT album release show last October, having headlined the emerging talent showcase earlier that year. This is another chance to catch them in a wonderful intimate setting where you can really feel part of the music.

‘a hidden gem’

‘fantastic … you will not be disappointed’

‘a unique tone and energy’

Venue: Exeter Phoenix, The Workshop

Photo credit: Abbie Barton

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