Alphabeat will be kicking off not only the New Year, but the new DECADE by performing at a brand-spanking new winter festival. The Outside-In Festival is a day of chart-topping music at The Sage Gateshead on Saturday 30th January. Alphabeat join a fantastic line up that includes N-Dubz, Tinchy Stryder, Pixie Lott, Lostprophets, Taio Cruz, and there are still more names to be announced!
With only 3000 tickets available, you better snap yours up quickly so you don't miss out on getting up close and personal with Alphabeat and the rest of the stellar line up.
If you can't make it, never fear! The event will be broadcast on Channel 4's T4, 4Music and The Box.
If you've ever wondered what Alphabeat like to listen to when they're not creating their own pop-filled hits, now's your chance to find out! The guys have put together a playlist of all their favourite tunes over at sharemyplaylists.com. It's a fabulous mix of upbeat songs that are perfect for the weekend, or in fact, any time you fancy getting your groove on! Check it out here.
It's been a busy month for Alphabeat, who have been squeezing in electrifying performances wherever they can.
The guys wowed the crowd at the Hard Rock Café when they played all the classic Alphabeat hits plus an exciting selection of new tracks from 'The Spell' for Q The Music. Check out the review and photos over on the Q website.
Alphabeat also performed at a very special charity gig in aid of Mencap. The Little Noise Sessions, held in the Union Chapel in London are a series of intimate acoustic concerts that raise bags of cash for a very good cause. The Independent has this to say about their performance: "the Danes' infectious Europop can't help but put a smile on the faces of the crowd." What better way is there to raise money for charity?! Watch the video here (Alphabeat appear at 20.31mins).
As if that wasn't enough, Stine and Anders SG have popped up in an episode of "Steve Wants His Money" - a hilarious skit by We Are Scientists shown as part of Lil' MTV. Check out the episode here.
Now that the year is drawing to a close, we want to know your highlights! Did you see them at one of the gigs mentioned above? Was the release of 'The Spell' single enough to get you jumping up and down with excitement?