Absent Kelly Introducing: Bexatron

229 Venue 2, London.

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Full Line Up: Bexatron, The Diomedes, At The Sun, Fortify, TommyandMarySurvivor's Guilt

We’ve got a real AK favourite topping the bill at 229 this July, with a support bill of hard rock bands that wouldn’t be out of place at Download!

After impressing promoters Absent Kelly time and time again, Bexatron return to top the bill. If the Pistols or Blondie are your thing then Bexatron will rock your world! The female fronted London based five piece play hi-octane pop punk with a glam edge, packed full of soaring vocals and screeching guitar riffs that has seen them share the stage with huge names including The Blockheads!

Another band who have impressed us before is The Diomedes. This East London based duo create an awful lot of noise for a two piece! Their electronically charged Rock, influenced by the likes of Aphex Twin and Deftones, is completely unique!

Hailing from London, At The Sun are a hard rock 5 piece blending their love of blues, metal and classic rock to create a powerful sound packed full of big riffs, soulful vocals and ripping solos and are known for their high energy live shows.

Joining us from Essex is Fortify. Female fronted five piece, Fortify combine the soaring vocals of Paramore with the thrashing guitars of A Day to Remember to create something both infectious and hard hitting all at once.

If you want loud, we're giving you loud, in the form of London punk duo, TommyandMary. This pair are like a ballsier White Stripes and have played some huge venues, including the Camden Assembly.

Somewhere between punk and hard rock, is Survivor’s Guilt. The Croydon duo are relatively new to the scene, but are already turning heads on their local scene with their fresh sound.