Sat, 05 Nov|
Another Day + The Freaks + Arcadia
90's Influenced Punk, Indie & Rock n Roll
When & Where
05 Nov 2022, 19:30 – 23:00
Hove, 1 Holland Rd, Hove BN3 1JF, UK
Let's go Brighton! As part of the new single tour and we gonna suck up some seas air before dive bombing the cellar bar with massive support from THE FREAKS and ARCADIA. Let's drop the bomb on this one.
Set to explode like only the rawness of youth can, and selling out shows across the south east... expect catchy, fresh, self-penned 90’s influenced punk, britpop, indie rock and roll tunes, high energy stage show, mosh pit, and... back flips.
Don’t be fooled by their age, these teen cousins know how to play. They deliver a tight powerful punch to the clever writing skills of singer / guitarist Louis, with hooks and relatable lyrics drawing you in from the word go. With brother Jonte on bass and cousin Oli on drums, the rhythm section bounces, drives and kicks fourth cousin Charlie‘s scorching lead guitar eagerly to the forefront.
There’s a real buzz following the boys, crowds too, and with Louis’ background as a world class freestyle trampoline athlete they’re connecting the dots between this new era of breakout rock and the extreme sports world. Expect to see flips being pulled on and off the stage, scooters, bikes and skateboards. High energy stuff.
Momentum is building, and having recorded at The Libertines' Albion Rooms Studio, they have a series of banging singles ready for release, the debut being SUPERMAN.
If you are looking to discover a band to add some punch and fresh excitement to your life, look no further. Jump on the ANOTHER DAY band wagon.
In their words - sit tight and enjoy the ride.
The Freaks are a 3 (sometimes 4) piece punk/ alternative band, inspired by artists like Beabadobee, Joy Division, Mineral and PUP. Based in West Sussex, UK and currently consisting of: Jude Atkins, Jacob Blazdell, Matt Brown and Rex Binning.
“‘The Freaks vs. The World’ draws from punk, emo, and alternative, delivering a varied listening experience that strays away from the tweeish-bedroom-indie music flooding today’s musical youth.”
- Caleb Peck, Milk Crate WECB