Shout Louder’s very own Mark Bartlett has put together a blindingly good all-dayer in South London, to celebrate the release of Our Lives In Cinema‘s new EP All Talk and Triple Sundae‘s new single Indecisive, both out on Umlaut Records in the near future. They’ve curated an exciting collection of up-and-coming bands from around the country, all of whom are linked by a talent for fast, catchy, hooky melodies. In short: fun.
The lineup includes some incredible bands, such as Manchester’s freshest power-punks Aerial Salad, melodic fast-punk favourites Captain Trips and London’s own Triple Sundae, who will no doubt be playing some tunes from their seriously exicting new record.
You’re also going to fall in love with Arms & Hearts, a solo singer-songwriter with one hell of a voice, in the style of Brian Fallon or Chuck Ragan. You’ll walk out of the gig desperately wanting to get his beautiful lyrics tattooed all over you. If that’s not your thing, FastFade and Second In Line will bring you back into the fast-punk game.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Dates: Saturday March 3rd
- Venue: The Cricketers, Kingston
- Festivities begin at 14:30, finishing at 23:00 with plenty of time to get the train home
- Entry: £4 on the door
- The event is raising money for victims of domestic violence
- FACEBOOK EVENT HERE
We recommend you get down to The Cricketers for this one – you might just discover your new favourite band.
We’re written a lot of related articles, check them out:
- Interview with Aerial Salad’s Jamie Munro
- Review of Aerial Salad’s album, Roach
- Review of Arms & Hearts’ recent Fortitude EP
- Mark Bartlett’s own series about the album release:
- Review of Our Lives In Cinema’s first EP
- Gig reviews featuring Captain Trips and Fastfade