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Sparks Museum Opens In London

Sparks Museum Opens In London

A new exhibition dedicated to Sparks has just opened in London's Brick Lane, coinciding with the Mael brother's unprecedented 21 night live residency in the city.

Taking place at The Bodhi Gallery until May 27, the pop innovators are celebrated with a visual retrospective including record artwork, memorabilia, unseen photographs and videos, as well as "surprises."

The band have already embarked on their Islington Academy residency, which sees Sparks play every album from their extensive catalogue, one a night. Tonight (May 21) sees Sparks play through 'Indiscreet'.

The residency will end with the live premiere of the band's 21st studio album 'Exotic Creatures of the Deep' at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire on June 13.

The band will play the following dates:

Indiscreet (21)
Big Beat (23)
Introducing Sparks (24)
No.1 In Heaven (25)
Terminal Jive (27)
Whomp That Sucker (28)
Angst In My Pants (30)
Outer Space (31)
Pulling Rabbits Out Of A Hat (June 1)
Music That You Can Dance To (3)
Interior Design (4)
Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins (6)
Plagiarism (7)
Balls (8)
Lil Beethoven (10)
Hello Young Lovers (11)
Exotic Creatures Of The Deep- Shepherd's Bush Empire (13)

More details about the album and the shows are available from the official Sparks website here: Allsparks.com

Gallery information from: bodhi.tumblr.com


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