Fun Lovin’ Criminals are to play the Engine Shed


Fun Lovin' Criminals will be playing the Engine Shed this September as part of their autumn tour. Photo: FLC

American rock and hip-hop group Fun Lovin’ Criminals have announced that they will be rocking the Engine Shed this September as part of their autumn tour.

The three-piece band from New York, who formed in 1993, have an eclectic musical style and cover topical issues to do with New York City in their songs. They touch on subjects such as poverty, violence, and drugs, and cover a number of genres from jazz and blues, to hip-hop and rock.

The band recorded six studio albums, their most recent being “Classic Fantastic”, which was released in March this year. However it is their first release “Come Find Yourself” which remains as one of their most successful, featuring their best-known track “Scooby Snacks” — their biggest hit to date.

Along with the release of “Classic Fantastic”, the group will be touring the country this September and stopping off at the Engine Shed on the 14th. Tickets for the event are priced £17.50 and can be purchased by visiting the Engine Shed’s website.

The performance is for people aged 16 and over. On the evening of the event doors will open at 7pm and ID will be required.

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