Permanent Creeps bring you yet another amazing line up at The Old Blue Last! Free Entry as per! This time with jaw-dropping headliners Kagoule! Plus we'll be going late into the night with Permanent Creeps DJ's so get ready!
«These three friends since childhood are currently crafting some of
the most dynamic guitar music out there. Theirs is an output that exists in the type of self-created world that can only be
constructed by people who have come of age together. Who have shared their formative, life-changing moments. Who know
who they are and where they are going.”
For fans of Pixies, Jawbox, Lungfish, Unwound, other bands that scraped at their angst with jagged guitars and
body-confusing post-punk charge.
“…the right amount of anthemic lift to push beyond the basement” Rolling Stone
“…never anything short of exhilarating “ NME
“Superior grunge schooled rock…” MOJO
“… the potential here is terrifying” Kerrang!
“… Kagoule could go stratospheric” Upset
“...Pixies-esque blend of noise and melody featuring boy-girl vocal trade-offs that are sure to impress” The Line Of Best Fit
“This is sincere and deceptively direct alt; as charming as it is odd” London In Stereo
»Kagoule are swiftly proving themselves masters of mustering.” DIY
Treeboy & Arc
We've been fans of these guys since early tracks surfaced online and we're buzzing to finally have them on a Permanent Creeps show! One of Leeds best post-punk outfits! Taking influences from the likes of Eagulls, DIIV and Viet Cong the group's music is comprised of intricate guitar riffs written around melodic, syncopated bass lines and rowdy vocals.
«New cut 'Merge' is a visceral bass-heavy ripper» Clash Magazine
«A band from the north providing the necessary backdrop to gloomy and desperate times» — So Young Magazine
Egyptian Blue found one another in Colchester, a bunch of kids who wanted to create something different.
Relocating to Brighton, the four-piece plugged themselves into the south coast scene, a network of musicians, labels, and DIY promoters.
Expanding their psych-punk sound into feral new realms, the band even share a house together so they can work at any time of the day. Intensely creative, Egyptian Blue return with new single 'Cut Me A Hole' and it's a powerful new offering, all feral guitars and lysergic effects.
Just four dudes surfing the astral plane in search of the perfect riff and the perfect lager.
«In an environment of wacky psychedelic garage bands, it’s nice to see some lads who just want to keep it simple and just want to rock hard and loud.» — Bitter Sweet Symphonies
DOORS — 8pm