«A high-energy fuzz-filled sound — complete with slick pop melodies» NOISEY
«Sugary pop songs played like fast, shambolic punk songs» BROOKLYN VEGAN
«Fuzzy antidotes pouring out from the steams» DIY
Pinact are back, but it’s hardly like they’ve been away. Relentlessly performing and honing their craft, Corrie Gillies (vocals, guitar), Lewis Reynolds (drums) were already a frantic on-stage force, before they added Jon Arbuthnott (bass) to bring out the razor-sharp melodies and unapologetically fuzzy guitars. The Part That No One Knows, a much-anticipated follow-up to 2014’s excellent debut, Stand Still and Rot, delivers on all fronts – the trio offers hooks by the dozen, artillery-style drumming and perfectly synchronised guitar interplay.
Pinact’s live show and recorded output is thrilling; articulate but brash, kind but loud and fine-crafted, yet frenetic. Try to find a more fun record than this in 2017, one that isn’t afraid to be playful but expresses complex emotion side-to-side with rhythm work that’s second-to-none. The Part That No One Knows is a record that a lot of people are about to know.
We are super excited to have Pinact back at the Victoria for their London album launch.
Tickets are on sale now at wegottickets.com/event/410206
and on Dice
Support will come from:
'The Brighton band specialises in woozy grunge with a pop twist that has pledged allegiance to the Big Muff. There are discernable nods to Sebadoh, HUM and Archers Of Loaf, but their sound is anything but tired" — Noisey
«Thriving on imperfection, Birdskulls take scuzzy garage rock to a whole new level» — DIY Magazine
A weird post-ironic fuzzy kitsch band from east London. Our new favourite band.
followed by Ola's Kool Kitchen dj set till 2am. FREE ENTRY!