@THE PRINCE ALBERT. 5/1.
This band were part of the first wave of the UK punk explosion and became the first to sign an album deal in January 1977. After their last release in 1981 the band split but reformed in 2014 for a new album, Punk Rock Menopause.
SEX PISTOLS EXPOSE & THE RAMONAS
@CONCORDE 2. 12/1.
Approved by all members of the Sex Pistols, this is the worlds number one tribute to one of the most notorious and influential bands of all time. Tonight they are joined by the UK’s best tribute act to the iconic forerunners of punk, The Ramones.
@LEWES CON CLUB. 14/1.
Formed in Wiltshire in 1980 these anarcho-punks are still going strong after all these years. Led by singer Dick Lucas, their debut album, The Day The Country Died, is considered a classic of the era. After splitting up in 1985 they reformed in the 90s.
@HOPE & RUIN. 30/1.
Starting as school friends that bonded over a love of Sonic Youth and Pixies, the band have continued to build their own off kilter indie-punk hybrid from a very young age. They have recently released a new album, Lamb, after signing to Marshall Records.
@CONCORDE 2. 31/1.
Formed in Brighton in 2014 this indie-rock band have gone from strength to strength. Their debut album cracked the Top 40 with their second, Written & Directed, reaching the Top Ten. Their third, A Fistful of Peaches, was released last year and hit number 6.
This Dutch indie rock quartet have enjoyed critical acclaim for their debut album, Do You Ever Wonder What Comes Next? 2023 saw the departure of co-founder Julia Korthouwer but Nina Ouattara has ably stepped up and new material is anticipated to appear this spring.