Space have confirmed a deal with GigRev to launch their fan app. Having gained much of their success in the 90s, indie band Space are back with a new single ‘Dangerous Day’ and their upcoming album Give Me Your Future.
Best known for their hit records such as “Female Of The Species” and the album ‘Spiders’, Space burst onto the music scene in the 90s and have been releasing music and touring on and off ever since. Over the years they have faced challenges such as line-up changes and label restrictions but Space have bounced back with brand new material and an almost sold out UK tour in 2018.
Singer Tommy Scott says:
“I’m useless with tech and usually get stressed out at the thought of it all but this app puts everything in one place and it’s simple to use, well it’s easier! I’m looking forward to all the fans reactions to everything at the click of a button. Our fans are some of the most loyal you’ll ever come across and we’ve been looking for a way to say thank you and reward them for their support all these years. Having our own exclusive app is the perfect way to do this. We’re looking forward to getting closer to our fans via our app and giving them a real insight into who we are, we’re sure they’re going to love it so watch this space!”
“Space are a perfect example of how an app can work for an iconic British group. It’s hard to have longevity in the music industry but Space have done it by building up an incredibly loyal fanbase. They recognise how crucial it is to keep that fanbase engaged and saw how they could reach those fans and keep them close through their own app” said GigRev CEO Kevin Brown.
It wasn’t until the release of the song Neighbourhood in 1996 that the band began to gain traction. Featured on the album Spiders amongst the other singles Female Of The Species, Dark Clouds and Me And You Versus The World, the band chimed with the current Britpop climate and saw their album rise to #5 in the UK charts after selling more than 800,000 copies.
The band are currently in the middle of a UK tour.
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