Hear Squeeze mainman talk about his 1960s London childhood, creating one of our favourite bands & playing some songs!
In common with many people of, er, a certain age, I reckon I can sing most of the lyrics to Squeeze’s hits. 30-odd years later that’s quite a thing…but, then Squeeze did that very rare thing of marrying an infectious tune with lyrics that really got to the heart of things: witty, smart, incisive and warmly zeitgeisty.
To think about Up The Junction, Tempted, Cool For Cats etc is to be humming them all day (sorry colleagues)
We are so, lucky, then, to welcome Chris Difford, Squeeze singer/songwriter and heart and soul of the band, to our shop on 7 September at 7.30pm when he’ll be talking about his new autobiography, Some Fantastic Place, My Life In And Out of Squeeze. He’ll also be bringing his guitar…and we do so love a singsong. It might be a squeeze (sic), so booking essential via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 431 3770.