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Baby Strange + Catholic Action + Frank

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Mon 5 October, 2015
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

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Ages 16+


£7.50adv via Birmingham Promoters
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Glasgow three-piece Baby Strange have released their new video for ‘Trouble’, the B-Side to their current single ‘California Sun’ out via Ignition Records on July 31, 2015.

‘California Sun’ sees Baby Strange at their most broodingly confident. Nostalgic fuzz-fuelled guitars and driving drums combine with Johnny Madden’s dark and uncompromising vocals to create an anthemic plea for the sunshine.

Since emerging with the brilliantly dark ‘Pure Evil’ in 2013, Baby Strange have toured with the likes of Palma Violets, Swim Deep and Iceage, as well as playing festival shows at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow and Brighton’s Great Escape Festival. In recent months Baby Strange have completed a raucous UK tour with Slaves and played a headline show at London’s The Old Blue Last. Their nine-date headline UK tour calls at Birmingham’s The Sunflower Lounge on Monday 5th October 2015.

Baby Strange Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Trouble’ below:

Plus support from CATHOLIC ACTION

The brightest spark in Fuzzkill Records current crop, Catholic Action combine unexpectedly sweet melodies with meaty slabs of guitar and infectious melodies that stick with you for days.

Catholic Action Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter 





Watch Catholic Action perform ‘L.U’V’ below:

FrankAnd opening support from FRANK

Frank are a 4 piece alternative rock band from Birmingham. Their influences include Hole, Sonic Youth, Cherry Glazerr and Pavement to name a few.

The band incorporate many different styles into their music, including psychedelia, punk, indie, garage rock and grunge. With a few demos released and plans to enter the recording studio in the near future to record their first single, Frank are definitely ones to watch.

Frank Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter


Listen to ‘The Art of Dying’ below: