Fri 22 Jun


£12.60The price you'll pay. No surprises later.
Bush Hall
Doors open at 7.30pm
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In an act of uncharacteristic nostalgia, Arizona's AJJ will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their chaotic, genre-defying 2007 album, People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People On Earth, with a special run of shows, featuring the band's original lineup of Sean Bonnette on acoustic guitar and Ben Gallaty on stand-up bass.

This time, they're bringing their idiosyncratic folk-punk to Bush Hall, ready to set their stream of sentimental consciousness loose on London.

Having spent the past few years touring with the likes of Frank Turner, Future of the Left, and Joyce Manor as well as embarking on solo tours, they've built a formidable live reputation for themselves. Their more recent full length, The Bible 2 full, as well as their formidable ten-year back catalogue isn't something to miss live. AJJ need to be seen.

Presented by Pink Mist.

This is a 14+ event (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult).

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Doors open7:30 PM

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