Wed 18 Apr


£13.20The price you'll pay. No surprises later.
Electric Ballroom
Doors open at 7pm
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“A filthy mess of The Doors, Sleaford Mods and The Pixies” is how the Guardian choose to describe South Londoners Shame and it's hard to argue with that. Just listen to their debut single The Lick and you'll understand why. The track was followed up by Gold Hole, which now also has a Mica Levi-directed video, her directorial debut.

Most recent drop One Rizla is a quippy cut laced with the hardcore hits we've come to expect. Homage to previous drop, Concrete, which saw their experimental rock raucous soundscaped alongside relentlessly racing guitars and vocal screeches. Extremely lit live, their reputation as one of the best new live bands in London was cemented after they sold-out three shows across London in a single day back in December 2016, and following tours with The Garden and Fat White Family and shows with The Fall, King Gizzard and more.

Set to take on venues across the UK once more with their renowned nonchalant, yet tight in all the right places, experimental rock, don't miss their live delivery.

Presented by Goldenvoice.

This is a 14+ event, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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Doors open7:00 PM

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