september, 2019

27sep7:30 pmAdore//Repel | Wuzi | Contrarians | Avacet360 Club Presents... 7:30 pm


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“They draw you into the music and get you high off it.” – Champion Up North

“Brimming with intensity, beauty and ferocity – Intensely original” RushOnRock

“Achingly beautiful music.” Penny Black Music

“Beautiful. This is purely about the music.” Leeds Music Scene

“With an instantly recognisable and unique sound” Yorkshire Evening Post

They’ve created their own unique sound, drawing influences in from various genres.

After releasing their debut album to overwhelming reviews, and playing extremely powerful live performances, with EU dates and a Leeds and Reading festival appearances, releasing a new single, touring UK, Iceland and played a bunch of festival slots, and a USA tour, they’re making quite a name for themselves.

“Making waves wherever they go. Combining the intensity of Radiohead with effects laden guitars and occasional bursts of noise, they’re definitely ones to watch out for” – Drowned in Sound

“They have a whirlwind of influences which can leave you wonderfully stunned’ – GIGsoup

“The most gloriously noisy wall of sound, sound that throbs, it swirls, it fucking rips any sense from your brain, so immersive is what they do. You get the picture? It’s hypnotic and mesmerising.” – Local Sound Focus

These Leeds based slacker rockers were the headline band at Indie Week Festival in Toronto and have appeared at Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City.

“A powerful sound.” Alan Raw – BBC Music Introducing

“The songs are epic and big, and they sound important.” Frank Roper – Local Sound Focus

An alternative rock band from Leeds, taking their modern influence from the likes of Black Peaks, Arcane Roots and Nine Inch Nails.

The last twelve months have seen the band release their debut singles “Brand New” and “Save My Mind”, which were produced by Lee Smith and Jamie Lockhart ( Pulled Apart By Horses, The Cribs ). 2019 will see the release of the bands first EP later in the year.

“Sleek, melodic songs that just happen to have been left to soak in the sinister atmosphere of that forest Robert Smith goes on about on The Cure’s Seventeen Seconds.” – Delinquent magazine.

They’re being championed and played by Alan Raw (BBC Introducing West Yorkshire), and for good reason, they’re a class act!
£6 adv Crash Records, See tickets, from bands. £7.50 OTD. 18+


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