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Yes folks... after a long break the band return to stage with two September dates and a three piece line-up... First off the bat see the band headlining a four band line-up at Flock in Leeds...
Rome Burns weave art, electronic rhythms and live instruments to produce a complex post-punk tapestry. Described by Mercer as the UK's most charming alternative band, he continues "their music can at times be rawly invigorating while at others takes on a more soothing glow, dazzling you with restraint and the best lyrics in the UK Goth scene". The band will be debuting their new line-up at this gig!
Cold In Berlin are translators of our imploding society. The Artrocker favourites' new single (produced by James Aparicio whose credits include Depeche Mode, Nick Cave and Liars) fills the void between post punk and grunge. Capturing the bands raw dynamics, "The Lie" combines hard as nails guitar, moody tribal drums and Maya's pointed lyrics picking away at life on the fringes of society. Notorious for their riotous and wild live performances, the East London band have an incendiary energy reminiscent of early grunge and even earlier no-wave, like Siouxsie Sioux smacking you in the face with a Mudhoney record.
Terminal Gods formed in the summer of 2011. They quickly released a self produced demo EP, stocks of which quickly depleted. The band have been playing live on a regular basis in some of the dodgiest dive bars in London (not to mention an incredible performance at Flock last October), playing songs that combine an air of swaggering rock’n’roll machismo with aloof post-punk melodrama, all the while maintaining an amount of wry pop sensibility. The band's fortunes are steadily on the rise and after the successful release of their first single, "Electric Eyes", TG are back on the run up to their next 7".
The Jan Doyle Band play minimalist post-punk synthesiser music for the dark hearted. Taking influences from Siouxsie and the Banshees and Front 242, they forged their unique songs from lyrics scribbled in long forgotten school exercise books.