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Bdrmm // Rainn Byrns // Sunnbrella - Permanent Creeps


Sebright Arms

31-35 Coate St E2 9AG London

Gig Description

Permanent Creeps' favourite sons return once again, this time headlining Sebright Arms!

Ever since the release of 'C:U' and 'Heaven' on Permanent Creeps Records, Bdrmm have continued to grow a nationwide fanbase thanks in large part to their well crafted, layered dream-pop gems, alongside a stunning live-show. Recently catching the attention of legendary label Sonic Cathedral, Bdrmm put out their debut 7" to large acclaim!

"Released as part of cult shoegaze label Sonic Catherdral’s Singles Club, East Yorkshire indie slackers bdrmm’s latest offering “Question Mark” flows with woozy guitars and dreamy vocals, laced with bittersweet lyrics of remorse" The Line Of Best Fit

"It’s a reflective, shoegaze-y slice of fuzz-pop perfect for whiling away a quiet afternoon" Dork

"The band fuse skeletal guitar lines with dreamy effects, producing a beatific noise somewhere in-between Galaxie 500 and Slowdive" Clash Magazine

Rainn Byrns
One of our favourite artists around at the mo! Originally from Swindon with a childhood stint in Texas, Rainn Byrns is now based in the creative chaos of SE London. His formative years spent stateside allowed for significant stretches window-gazing during long desert drives to an abundance of country music - drip-feeding great American songwriters of the 60s & 70s into his psyche via the car radio (think Herp Albert with more caffeine). Like many of his influencers, Rainn lays tracks down directly to tape using his Fostex A8, tapping into a particularly personal form of nostalgia while serving his present-moment approach to recording.

Not too long ago Sunnbrella released Outta Focus, a deep thinking, anxiety-filled dream pop number. This time around with the unveiling of Nick Hornby, honesty is again policy. On this upbeat, guitar-drenched exorcism, Sunnbrella head straight for the dancefloor, as songwriter David Zbirka admits “Nick Hornby is probably the most dancey track I’ve done so far, although it’s still a bit of a sad disco.. it’s mainly about feeling guilty about having to make a selfish decision. It’s kind of an apology song, but there’s still a sense of certainty about the decision.” Hard Of Hearing Music

This isn't one to be missed.



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