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The Baby Seals, Eryx London, Ecto Peach & Iconoclasts


The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

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A night of furious, female fronted punk rock, we are over the moon to bring The Baby Seals, Eryx London, Ecto Peach and Iconoclasts together in one fierce bundle. Tonight is going to be as high octane as it gets.

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The Baby Seals are a punk pop garage three-piece from Cambridgeshire who have toured extensively across the UK and Europe, appearing at festivals like Rebellion and Manchester Punk Festival. Described as 'like an all-girl New York Dolls' and 'a stoner-rock Sleater Kinney', The Baby Seals make a big noise; songs with power, fuzz, distortion, attack and lush harmonies.

They sing about things that matter, and things that don't matter. They might kick your arse, but also make you a cup of tea.


Based in the Midlands, Eryx London are a loud 4-piece band with bags of energy and tunes to boot!
The ferocious lead- singer, Eryx Ward delivers snarl and growls over an onslaught of cathartic noise.

"Is it essentially original and that bodes well for the future. Album please. " - Eugene Butcher, Vive Le Rock


Ecto Peach have got the middle-aged angst and they're not going to simply fade into the background quietly with their M&S slippers on (however much they like the quality and reasonable prices of M&S.. and the fact that their perfume is not tested on animals). They're not a band trying to find themselves. No, they know who they are and they know who you are and with punchy music and catchy lyrics they're gonna say things that really matter. No one cares that you’re mooning over someone you saw on a train, whilst standing in the rain. No, we’ve got the important subjects covered, like when trips to the blue and orange paradise of B&M turn sour or when someone hands you a cold cup of tea.


Female punk band the Iconoclasts have made a comeback – over 40 years on. The Merseyside band were popular on the Liverpool punk scene during the 1980s, inspiring many youngsters of the time with outrageously spikey hair and some marvellously customised clothes. They were angry and wanted to be heard.

The band started up in 1982 against a backdrop of riots and discontented youth. The four punks decided they wanted to start a band, make some noise, and most importantly have some fun!

Back in December 2022 they made their first comeback appearance, performing at Molly’s Chambers on the Wirral, supporting another blast from the past, Instant Agony. This was the first time the Iconoclasts had performed in 40 years

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website

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