UNCOMELY 'A truly
‘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
Consisting of two Latvians, an Italian and an Englishman, Uncomely are primarily inspired by the wave of grunge and punk rock bands that revolutionised music in the ’90s.
Having found a base in Yorkshire recording their Games People Play EP 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.
Their single, ‘Black Flowers’ is released on 25th Jan, to celebrate, they will hand out download codes for the single & an exclusive remix.
“This is in your face, raw, urgent and frantic DIY punk rock” – thepunksite.com
Born in mid-2016 with hangovers and something to say. After taking some time to learn to walk they grew up into 2018 and started to really cement their place on a scene.
Building support across the UK punk scene through energetic, powerful and raucous live performances they continue to bring a fresh taste of punk to the people. Their debut EP “Call it a Lie” was released April 2018.
The Leeds based singer/songwriter’s music features a unique fusing of alternative rock, grunge and electronic punk influences, with bittersweet vocals and progressive compositions. His live performances occasionally feature a rotating lineup of other collaborators on the project. Neuts’ upcoming EP ‘Piggy’s Farm’ will be released in the new year.
Mark of a Thief
Expect a sonic blend of heavy riffs, soaring guitars and melodic vocal lines from the this newly formed band, who were brought together in July 2018 through a shared appreciation of bands such as Placebo, Radiohead, and Editors. Since then they have been carefully crafting their own unique and refreshing sound. With a couple of prodigious gigs, Mark of a Thief are already proving to be the ones to watch in 2019.
£6 adv: Crash Records, See Tickets, from bands. £7 OTD. 18+
(Friday) 8:00 pm