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The Retrosettes

appearing at

Pizza Express (Leeds Corn Exchange)

Crown Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Thursday 10th of May 2018


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The Retrosettes


Live Performance
Vintage Pop, Soul and Funk


The Retrosettes inject contemporary music with a retro flavour and revive the past within a modern soundscape.

Their music combines modernity and vintage in a cool, elegant mix of sounds from 1960s Pop, Northern Soul and Disco. Their music seamlessly echoes The Beatles era which blends into the present.

The Retrosettes have impressed maharajas and fashion designers, filmmakers and fans alike. Cult film director and Oscar winner Paolo Sorrentino (La Grande Belleza) chose the band for the opening sequence of his film Youth. Shunning Bollywood, an Indian prince handpicked the band as the highlight of his fairy-tale feast.

A simple YouTube clip that was recorded in the historic Liverpool “Parr Street Studios” proved to be ground-breaking. Paolo Sorrentino came across the video by chance online and recognised that the band’s style would fit perfectly with his new movie. The Retrosettes subsequently made their debut in the Swiss town of Flims, where they performed their stunning version of the Candy Staton´s classic “You Got The Love” in the presence of Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel.

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Find us in the old mill on Crown Street, just behind the Corn Exchange.

Come and refuel after enjoying the large range of local shops, including the more individual outlets in the Corn Exchange itself.

We’re a fantastic, glass-roofed, modern city centre restaurant, split over 2 levels.

Vintage Pop, Soul and Funk

The White Cloth Hall,

Crown Street,


West Yorkshire,


LS2 7DA.

01132 465 20

Disabled AccessWi-Fi

Free Admission

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