Earworm Events have invited me&band to play at their personally curated stage for Alternative Escape at The Great Escape this year.
Have you ever been to Brighton for the Festival?
There's a great vibe and you can have a great day out by the sea and enjoy loads of FREE gigs all around town.
We will be first on at 13:00 on Saturday 10th May, come nice and early and have fish&chips with us on the marina after the gig.
Here some more info from Earworm Events
Earworm [Management] + [Events] are curating a stage for Alternative Escape at The Great Escape in Brighton this year.
We'll be based at 10 Ship Street, where we'll be using their two venues (10 Below and The Loft) to showcase some of our favourite Brighton- and London-based bands.
We're running shows on all of the three days of the festival, and all the shows will be FREE ENTRY (no wristband needed).
Confirmed artists so far:
The Art Club
The Art Club explore their hazy romantic thoughts creating a sweet and post punk sound.
Compelled by forces beyond their control they channel 'progressive, expansionist marching music' while inhabiting a musical space which they themselves describe as being simultaneously 'out there' and 'right here'.
Likened to Siouxsie Sioux, Kate Bush, PJ Harvey and Zola Jesus, the vocals are captivating and take us on a journey to a world that is both sexy and earthy, pure, yet dark. An enchanted world.
Fast earning a reputation as one of London’s best and most compelling new singer-songwriters. Think fem croon, Waits-esque, heart and lungs
Emile Bernard sings quirky poetry with tints of post-rock and electronica
First's parents are the filly Serafin and the stud The Display Team, a fine pedigree if ever you heard one. Really good at getting from A to B.
Flash Bang Band
Brighton power trio. Remarkably captivating live, intense jump up human music. Death Pop.
Francobollo are an explosion of dirty, guitar-heavy, beat-driven, grunge-infused, psych-tinged, synth-sprinkled wonky-pop made especially for you.
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Fur Cough multidimensional punk rock
''...again showing their unnerving ability to write deliciously macabre and compelling dreamy synth pop hits'' NME.
London shoegazers who recently toured with Ringo Deathstarr, air some new tracks from upcoming debut album on OddBox Records.
Little Death Machine
"I like what they bring to the table – and can imagine their live shows are very special indeed. It's bloody hard standing out from the crowd – and they really do stand out." - Fresh on the net
A confrontational and unique live proposition, Manflu are a London art-punk quintet with a truly transglobal heritage (members come from Kazakhstan, Japan, France, Brooklyn and London) – comparisons have been made with Xmal Deutschland, Sonic Youth and Captain Beefheart.
Surfacing from the alleyways of London's East End MOHIT burst with a whirl of infectious alternative/progressive noises. With live shows as rawkus as their jams, make sure to expose yourselves to these young seedlings.
Moxham & Halliday
A songaholic duo of friends Stuart Moxham, on songwriting and singing, and Derek Halliday on guitar and singing. Highly varied material and vocal harmonies with hand percussion and a sense of occasion.
P for Persia
P for Persia are the sound of an arcade in a wind tunnel - a pixelated symphony of punk and prog, for fans of Dan Deacon, Battles, Holy Fuck.
Young Night's music stretches from the catchy to the melancholic, with witty lyrical mockery, danceable beats and uncanny harmonies that will make your spine itch for some more of the good stuff.