Absent Kelly's East Indie Club: Acadian Driftwood
93 Feet East, London.
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Another huge bill of alt/indie talent comes to Brick Lane’s 93 Feet East this April, to hail in festival season with a bang.
Topping the evening’s bill is Acadian Driftwood. Acadian Driftwood is a Scouse trio who play blues and Americana inspired alt/rock, and this unique sound has seen them bag slots alongside big names including the Hoosiers and Sonic Boom Six.
Brummy quartet, The White Noise will be providing support. These guys play driving and infectious indie rock and roll that has seen them invited to play famous local venues, including the Sunflower Lounge and Birmingham’s O2 Academy.
Hailing from South London, Fake Mars Trip have impressed promoters Absent Kelly before, and are set to do so again. These four lads play indie/rock that is packed full of catchy guitar riffs and has been turning heads on the grass roots London circuit.
Cardiff’s Lunar Bird will be there too. The group play dark alt/dream pop with elements of folk, psychedelia and electronica, they’re totally unique and distinctive, and we implore you to see them on this rare trip to the Capital.
Waiting for Smith’s sound is, in his own words, a “blend of new indie folk with a hint of pop, poignant ballads and foot-tapping soulful groove”. He’s gained great reviews from some top publications, including Clash Magazine, and recorded at the famous Abbey Road studios.
Ephebe produces creative and unique work, and dubs himself “medieval folk music meets light indie”. Despite being relatively new on the scene, he’s already started bagging some great reviews.