In association with Sailor Jerry, our friends and partners in Visions Festival, we're today excited to announce the a series of three UK shows in London, Manchester and Brighton in December. Tickets are priced at £5 for each of the events and on-sale now.
Formed in November 2011 after moving down from Peterborough, this Brighton based Surf-Doom three piece comprise of guitar / organ / lead vocalist Kristian, semi-professional poker playing drummer Gianni, and fiercely eloquent bassist Dan, who is currently writing an Adventure novel by the name of The Curious Adventures of Charlie Revel.
2013 has seen The Wytches supporting a rich variety of acts including Death Grips, The Black Angels, Chelsea Wolfe, Bosnian Rainbows, Japandroids, Temples, Metz and Drenge. They released their second single, the AA side, Beehive Queen / Crying Clown, via HateHateHate Records on June 3rd, which sold out almost immediately. Following the success of Beehive Queen, the band re-released Digsaw as a limited white label 7".
The band formed in the ashes of a briefly (but passionately) lived “Violent Femme-esque”, Glasgow-based band called “A Copenhagen Hope”. After the departure of one of its founding members (Nick Anderson) the remaining three friends (Phillip Taylor, Josh Swinney and Matthew Scott) formed PAWS, initially practising in a freezing log cabin in the snowy Highlands.
PAWS bash out infectious, lo-fi, garage pop-rock that can quickly shift from cute melancholia to an unnerving territorial roar. On top of the pulsating noise the 3 piece produce sit dreamy melodies that bare the bones of their author. Lyrical topics slide between sarcastic self-analysis and brutal home truths. Their energetic live show highlights the dynamics in their music and lyrics - soft, warm, and comforting verses that lead you unknowingly into a vicious, claws-out attack from the chorus.
Mistoa Poltsa are a howling, dissonant proposition who combine a thunderous mix of 70’s era garage rock, darkly revolving motorik and a shock of vibrancy that’s all of their own.
Tickets for this show are priced at £5 and are on-sale now from the following link:
Watch a playlist of all the bands peforming at the RFB/Sailor Jerry shows HERE: