Following the success of their critically acclaimed debut, “No Hard Feelings”, which earned praise from the likes of Tim Jonze (The Guardian), Paul Moody (Q Magazine) and Craig Charles (BBC 6 Music), New Street Adventure are back in the studio working on their follow-up.
2015 saw the Londoners take their explosive live show around the country, gracing venues such as Camden’s Jazz Cafe and Manchester’s legendary Band on the Wall, rounding off the summer with a highly-rated performance at the distinguished Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul festival in Birmingham.
The year ended in style with a packed-out show at 229 Great Portland St and a surprise set at Clapham Grand, supporting Acid Jazz royalty, Brand New Heavies.
2016 looks set to be New Street's busiest year yet. Having just announced six dates with The Rifles in February/March, the band are also preparing for a two-week European tour in April and their own headline tour of the UK in May and June, with album two due for an autumn release