Rock & roll was never dead, it has just been waiting to re-emerge. In their first year, Sunflower Bean has made waves as they relight the torch and bring rock into the future. Julia Cumming (vox/bass), Nick Kivlen (vox/guitar), and Jacob Faber (drums), have all yet to turn 20, but are already veterans of the Brooklyn DIY scene. Drawing from a wealth of rugged lo-fi sounds, they have adapted the heroic charisma of VU psychedelia and Black Sabbath’s dark rock to fit their own generation’s drowsy indie ethos. They are messy and sexy, hypnotizing and polished, invigorating and sincere. Sunflower Bean are the new faces of the new New York.
Now signed with Fat Possum the band have released a single in the form of 'I Hear Voices' and b-side 'Stalker'
Morning smoke are a “ Noise Pop” 4 piece band from Brighton. Formed by Milo Mcnulty and Max Wright in late 2013 before completing the line up with Isaac Ide and Christopher Shaw. “ Imagine Ian Curtis howling over Sonic Youth-circa Goo, and you’re in the right ballpark. “ ( Q Magazine ). Over the last two years the band have progressed releasing a debut ep “ In euphoria “ and the singles “ Hunger “ and “ Unknown “ . The next year will see them band release there most complete single to date “ Soft Decay “ via exciting Brighton based label Cannibal Hymns on December 4th. Prepare for noise.
Tickets for this show are priced at £8.50 and are available from 9am Wednesday 12th August the following link: