Snow Patrol will be making their long-awaited return to Eden after their previous Session in 2006 sold out.
Snow Patrol released their seventh studio album Wildness in May last year. It debuted at number two in the UK Albums Chart and has been certified gold.
Since their debut album in 1998, the band have accumulated many critical and commercial accolades, including over 16 million global album sales, more than one billion global track streams, five UK Platinum Albums, and are Grammy, BRIT Award and Mercury Music Prize nominated.
In 2005, Snow Patrol’s third album Final Straw won the Ivor Novello Album Award. The album was also listed in NME’s 2006 list of 100 Best Albums of All Time.
The band released their hit album Eyes Open in 2006 which became the biggest-selling album in the UK that year and included the iconic track Chasing Cars. In 2009, Channel 4 named it the Song of the Decade and in 2011 it won the Q Award for Classic Song.
Amongst their other notable hits are Run, You’re All I Have, Signal Fire, Take Back the City, Just Say Yes and Called Out in the Dark.
On Change.org sits this petition started by Abigail Harding who says: Cap local rents, raise the tax on second homes and save Cornwall’s precious coastal communities. Cornwall is dangerously on the brink of a homelessness crisis and Cornwall Council has to act NOW. We’ve had enough of second home ownership […]
Paul Carr, University of South Wales When the English men’s football team beat Croatia 1-0 in their first match of the 2020 European Championships, fans up and down the country turned to each other and chanted “It’s coming home” and Wembley echoed with it as supporters left the London stadium. […]
From GWR: A new Flexi Season ticket is available to buy from today and can be used from Monday 28 June. This new product will offer SWR customers more flexibility – enabling people to travel on any eight days in a 28-day period – and could lead to significant […]
From Andrew Darley: I wonder if you are able to locate this photo. I was recently sorting through my late sister’s effects and came across a lot of old black-and-white photos taken by my father. This one was simply labelled “near Bude”. The back story, as I remember my father […]