‘The Idol Dead have excelled themselves in every way and produced an album they can be proud of.’- UberRock
‘They are the defibrillator that needs to be pressed hard against the chest of the dead horse that the music biz keeps flogging.’ – Reservoir Droogs
‘They channel the energy of their songs with a confidence and conviction of a stadium-sized outfit.’ – RPMOnline
“Excellent” – [8/10] Powerplay Magazine
Always outnumbered but never outgunned, The Idol Dead deliver fearless and memorable punk rock directly to the prefrontal cortex of the UK independent music scene.
UNCOMELY – SINGLE LAUNCH
A truly distinctive gem’ – The Unsigned Guide
‘Fans of energetic, abrasive vocals and fuzzy guitars will find plenty to dig here’ – GIGsoup
‘Snarling vocals and propellant rhythms which coalesce as intelligently manicured fury’ – Pure Grain Audio
Uncomely are primarily inspired by the wave of psychedelic, grunge and punk rock bands that revolutionised music in the ’60s and ’90s.
Having found a base in Leeds recording their Games People Play EP and Black Flowers single at Greenmount Studios (Cribs/Pulled Apart by Horses), they’ve also collaborated with producers, artists, directors and photographers all over Europe in their quest to create challenging and authentic work.
The World Keeps
“A promising group who stampede through your ears. I shall not attempt to describe the genre of this band, because for some reason I feel that it would be derogatory to do so.” – Leeds Music Scene
An acoustic driven pop punk quartet. With influences drawn from many genres such as Folk, Indie, Pop-Punk, Metal, captivating listeners.
Their electrifying live performances along with their releases has landed them a lot of play on BBC Introducing and a live session.
They produce music for those who need something to shout about. The three piece’s relentless energy and fuzz soaked carnage on stage creates a wall of sound backed up with fiery vocals, their stage show is not to be missed! FFO: Slaves, QOTSA, Reuben, Frank Carter.
£6 Adv Crash Records & See Tickets, from bands. £7.50 OTD. 18+
(Friday) 7:30 pm