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The Temples channel English psychedelic rock, re-creating the vibes of the 1960s in songs like "Shelter Song," "Sand Dance," "Keep in the Dark" and "The Golden Throne." Don't miss your chance to see James Edward Bagshaw and Thomas Edison Warmsley LIVE! Buy your Temples tickets now!
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Temples Concert Tickets

Temples is bringing the psychedelic rock sounds of the 1960s back to modern audiences. The English band combines the experimental sounds of The Move and the Byrds with a contemporary folky twist. The result is a modernization of the retro sound while creating something completely new. Make sure to get your Temples tickets today!

The band was a bit of an overnight sensation. James Bagshaw and Thomas Warmsley started the band when they returned home to Kettering, Northamptonshire from college. They recorded their first single, “Shelter Song” in Bagshaw’s house by themselves. That song became an instant hit and led to them being offered gigs before they were even a full band. The duo quickly added Sam Toms and Adam Smith to play drums and keyboard respectively. Temples was quickly noticed by Heavenly Recordings and it wasn’t long until the band was sharing the stage with the Rolling Stones at London’s Hyde Park.

Music legends such as Johnny Marr, Robert Wyatt and Noel Gallagher have shown tremendous support for the band, which has only inspired Temples to continue making great music.