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Pseudo Echo bring national tour to (Funky) Town

Get ready to sway back because Pseudo Echo is headed to Newcastle as part of their national Machine Tour.

The band are hitting the road again after the success of their massive theatre tour last year and will hit the King Street Band room in May.

“After our massive theatre tour we are looking forward to getting back to the clubs, with the audience up and dancing to our energised set from go to woah,” frontman, Brian Canham said.

While Pseudo Echo dominated in the ’80s with songs like Funky Town, Listening, A Beat For You, Don’t Go, Living In A Dream, and Love An Adventure, the band have reemerged over the last decade as one of the most exciting live acts on the scene.

The journey to success began with a history-making performance on Countdown, where Pseudo Echo became the first unsigned band to grace the show’s stage. It was a pivotal moment that catapulted the band into the limelight, leading to a major record deal with EMI.

Over the years, Pseudo Echo has embarked on several world tours and appeared on other iconic television shows like Top of the Pops, The Dick Clarke Show, The Joan Rivers Show, and MTV Live At The Ritz.

The 2024 tour will see the band celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of Listening with a fresh new remix from their forthcoming MACHINE album.

Pseudo Echo will hit the stage at the King Street Band Room on 10 May. Tickets are on sale now at PseudoEcho.net.