New Cross Inn and Till The Wheels present
Jake & The Jellyfish (10.15)
Jake and the jellyfish are a four piece hailing straight outta Leeds. Armed with foot stomping folk tunes, “sing your heart out” punk anthems and a hint of ska, they’ve toured extensively in a beat up old post office van bringing an energetic atmosphere and drunken sing alongs to venues across the UK and Mainland Europe. Playing festivals like Rebellion, Kendal Calling and Beat-herder and sharing stages with bands such as The Skints, Random Hand and Beans on Toast they’ve definitely carved their own foothold in the DIY music scene.
The Captain's Beard (9.30)
Yarrr! The Captain's Beard be a company o' travelin' troubadors on a quest te bring the finest o' sea shantys and forebitters to the ears of all who'll listen. We play songs of the grog, grot and grime that comes o' travelling the high seas.
Joe Sullivan & The Happiness Werewolves (8.45)
«A man who seems very jaded with the world and portrays those feelings excellently through the medium of music»
— Colin's Punk Rock Blog
«Folk punk with melodies to make you dance and deadpan lyrics to make you think of Billy Bragg»
— White Lion
Efa Supertramp (8pm)
Efa Supertramp is a punk folk singer from Wales. She has been making a name for herself in the underground scene in the UK with her truthful attitude to life and politics. She sings in both English and her mother-tongue Welsh, a minority language.
Efa is young, energetic and original. Her songs are angry but uplifting. She hates money, power and greed but loves living life as free as she can. She has toured all over the UK and Europe, playing in protests, squats, street corners, living rooms, bars and festivals, and has supported punk legends such as The Damned, TV Smith (The Adverts), Viv Albertine (The Slits) and Attila The Stockbroker.
Mark Noble Music (7.15pm)
Irish Acoustic Artist based in London
£5 / Happy hour 6pm / Gig 7pm / Party after the bands until 2am
Picture credit to Warren Terror, of The Jellyfish at NXI in 2014