All day fest in support of victims of domestic violence, please see http://lawadv.org.uk/ for more details.
Check out this line-up! Good safe times to be had, no jerks please. Poster on the way!
In no particular order (times tbc)
Young, awesome, snotty and super catchy
punk-rock from Manchester via Plasterer Records. Mentored by the legends in Wonk Unit and appearing at Manchester Punk Festival. Their debut album ‘Roach’ is up there with the best of 2017.
Triple Sundae is a Melodic Punk band from London. They have been playing shows and recording music for three years and have toured around the UK and EU. They’re a constant fixture on the London live circuit and supported the incomparable Jeff Rosenstock last year at the Camden Underworld. They are currently in the process of finishing up their third release ‘Peace Of Mind’ as well as booking a Mainland EU tour. 'Flaked Out' was released November 2015 and you can listen to it here: http://triplesundae.bandcamp.com
Fast Skate-Punk from Fareham UK. Founders of Southhampton’s Uncle Fester all day punk fest.
Our Lives In Cinema-
We’re the curators of this fest. Thanks for taking a look! We’re influenced by pretty much every punk band ever as well as the big chart hits of the 80’s and 90’s. We all enjoy a dance. New EP ‘All Talk’ out hopefully the day before this show!
Shoegaze influenced emo from Oxford, Kingston, London and Southampton.
Second In Line- Newbury punks. Songs about celebrities in a sweet Bad Religion meets Snuff kinda way.
Umlaut Records' Fastfade formed in a London garage in the winter of 2015 and draw inspiration from bands like Satanic Surfers, Bigwig, MxPx and Captain Everything!. Playing energetic live shows with the likes of Straight Line, The Burnt Tapes, The Overjoyed, No Matter and On A Hiding To Nothing, they sing fast paced songs about getting dumped and going through the pressures of early adulthood.
Arms And Hearts-
Having recently released ‘Too Much Sleep, Not Enough Dreams’ through Under The Bridge Records, a four track E.P produced by ex Bad Idea’s Sam Cook, Arms & Hearts has toured extensively and relentlessly over the past three years, gaining support slots with the likes of Jared Hart, Skinny lister, Northcote, Listener, Pinegrove, Rob Lynch, This Wild Life, Tim Kasher, Ben Marwood, Beans On Toast, Apologies I have None and Ducking Punches.
Joe Sullivan And The Happiness Werewolves-
Bandit The Panther called it quits nearly two years ago but during that time Joe Sullivan kept writing super miserable songs about how much the voices in his head hate him. In March 2015 he decamped to his buddy Dan's on the Isle of Wight and they recorded some tracks DIY style, with one mic and a copy of Audactiy, like they used to in the early Bandit days. From those sessions he’s put together an awesome EP of songs. They were written in the space of a few months during a band split and a relationship breakup, and are about floundering in a kind of a personal inertia, trying to work out what the hell to do next.
We are a dedicated free support service and the only refuge provider in the UK and Europe for Latin American, Black and minority ethnic women and children experiencing, or recovering from, domestic violence. We welcome women from any background, ethnicity, sexuality or ability, including trans* women.