Tiny titans of the DIY pop scene, Fightmilk create sweaty, loud, shouty pop songs about crushing hard, acting out, and running away to solve crimes in Sweden. Blending acerbic lyrics with riffs galore and the urge to dance when you least expect it, Fightmilk revel in a certain inexplicable 90s nostalgia.
They've extensively toured the UK and Germany, and have shared the stage with acts including The Bluetones, Desperate Journalist, Art Brut, Dream Nails, Spearmint and Skinny Girl Diet. They're also radio favourites of Steve Lamacq on BBC 6Music and John Kennedy on Radio X. Their second album is due on Reckless Yes Records this autumn.
"Rom-com songs of lust and betrayal, charging guitars and soaring, shouty choruses. Fightmilk has them all." - Echoes And Dust
"a package of massive, Godzilla-heft hooks, sweet n’ sour indie pop and painfully well-observed commentary" Drowned in Sound (9/10)
"The sound of a band coming good on all that early promise...it’s frankly a triumph." For The Rabbits
"Melodic 90s knife-edge pop" - Steve Lamacq
GUTTS are an angry queer sax punk band from London. They love glitter, rainbows and winning fights with men who've tried to grope them. They sing about cultural appropriation, domestic violence, trash dads, White Feminism, tone policing, biphobia and more
Joyous pop noise! A trio from London, Schande play swoonsome indie rock in love with The Breeders and Superchunk.
Presented by The Victoria Dalston.
This is an 18+ event.