/ 19u30: doors
/ 20u15 - 20u45: SNAYX
/ 21u15 - 22u20: Kid Kapichi
Bob Vylan, Pretty Vicious, Bad Nerves, Nothing But Thieves
Prepare to be left with your mouth open and your heart racing. Hastings four piece, Kid Kapichi's colossal riffs are matched only by their earth shakingly tight and loud live performances that are relentless from beginning to end. To make things worse, their tunes are impossibly infectious with a uniquely crafted sound that takes in QOTSA, The Libertines, Nirvana and The Arctic Monkeys. Enjoyed repeated organic support from Steve Lamacq and planning to take over the world later this year... or die trying. Promoters and press please contact email@example.com for more info. NME said: With a Libs-esque front line of twin song writers Ben Beetham and Jack Wilson, the unsigned band won't last that way for long." Dave Parsons of Sham 69 said: "Kid Kapichi are going to be huge! I can honestly say they're the best band I've seen in 20 years. If I was a kid watching them - this is the band that would make me want to pick up a guitar and play."
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Combining explosive riffs and confrontational vocals with splashes of playful punk, SNAYX are breaking through at a time when socially conscious, aggressive guitar music is making waves across the UK and beyond.
SNAYX (pronounced Snakes) are kicking off 2023 in style with their infectious new single ‘Deranged’. The band explain “ ‘Deranged’ is about taking control of your life and biting back at conforming to social norms that suppress individuality. It’s about being unashamed, and being yourself with absolute intensity.”