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Beachtape / Roxy Girls / Youth Sector & more - Bank Holiday FEST


The Old Blue Last

38 Great Eastern St EC2A 3ES London

Gig Description

HUGE late night BANK HOLIDAY FEST for you all in Aug! This year we have Permanent Creeps faves BEACHTAPE headlining PLUS fast rising Roxy Girls along with the fantastic Youth Sector, Jerry, Blackaby & Clingfilm!! Don't say we don't treat ya good!!

And if that wasn't enough we also bring you guest DJ's until 3:30AM! BE THERE!!

Literally one of our all time fave bookings, these guys have gone from strength to strength in the last 12 months thanks in large part to the success of their debut double A-sided 7" single 'FIX IT UP/FIGURE IT OUT' via PNKSLM Recordings. Almost 1 million Spotify streams can attest to the quality of this beauty!

Roxy Girls
Recent Moshi Moshi Records signings Roxy Girls have generated quite the buzz over recent months, with support from the likes of Huw Stephens, Marc Riley BBC 6 music and Steve Lamacq to name but a few! Check out recent release 'Trials & Tribulations and have a listen!

Youth Sector
Brighton five-piece Youth Sector bring in influences from Talking Heads, Devo and Preoccupations, howling '80s-esque synths and angry driving bass lines are the order of the day. The band's first singles have been well received by the likes of The Line Of Best Fit, DIY, Gigwise, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Music Introducing

Recent Green Man Festival 'Rising' competition winners, Jerry are busy nailing a reputation as a wildly thrilling ‘yes-wave post-gospel’ live act. The York/London four-piece released debut EP ‘Ordinary Type’ in April of this year. Their blend of scuzzy punk and danceable ska evokes the innovation of The Specials and the feral energy of musical peers like Duds, with whom they’ve previously accompanied on tour.

After falling in love with recent single 'Georgie Want's a Garden' (RIP Records) we're stoked to have London-based trio Blackaby on the bill for this one. "Georgie Wants A Garden," is a harmonies 60s inspired folk-pop outpouring of good vibes. The male/female harmonies ebb and flow over the gentle guitar work, taking you back to a time when life was much simpler" Indie Shuffle

Super new project from Dan Moss of Warm Brains/Evans Death and members of Worst Place, these guys have already supported the likes of Italia 90, The Menstrual Cramps and Thud. Just one track online so be sure to get down early and catch this one!




8PM - 3:30AM

The Old Blue Last

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