Angelic Upstarts + Crashed Out + Braindance

Waterfront, Norwich.

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This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s.

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More information about Angelic Upstarts + Crashed Out + Braindance tickets

A special lineup and show format for Angelic Upstarts featuring two quality supports

Waterfront Studio:

7:00-7:30 Braindance

7:45-8:25 Crashed Out

8:45-10:00 Angelic Upstarts

Downstairs:

7:15-10:00 Dirty DC (AC/DC tribute) 

ticket holders for the studio show will receive wristbands, so that they have 2 shows and 2 bars on offer as part of their gig ticket.

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Angelic Upstarts formed way back in 1977 in South Shields, North-East England. Working class punk band with strong anti-fascist views and beliefs. Influenced by bands such as The Clash and The Sex Pistols, The Angelic Upstarts are a meeting of working class ideology and musical aspiration. Mensi was always liable to provoke reaction, his lyrics making much of his working class roots, and lashing out at police and politicians. The original line up consisted of Mensi (vocals), Mond (guitar), Steve Forsten (bass) and Decca Wade (drums).

The Angelic Upstarts launched their punk crusade with the independently released single ‘The Murder of Liddle Towers’ and “Police Oppression” AA side single in 1978. The band paid for the recording and pressing of 500 singles which they released themselves and sold at gigs and local record shops. The single was then picked up by Small Wonder Records who released it nationally. It’s attack on police brutality earned them an early patron in Sham 69’s Jimmy Pursey, who chased a similar constituency of disaffected working-class fans. The band then signed to Warner Brothers, Pursey producing the L.P. ‘Teenage Warning’ (1979). The band’s wholehearted delivery coupled with their denunciation of racism - a particularly admirable stance at a time when other ‘skinhead bands’, were flirting with right wing elements - made the album a classic. With the UK hit singles, ‘I’m An Upstart’ and ‘Teenage Warning’(both 1979), they focused on the plight of the working class. The band went on to release a number of successful albums and minor hit singles before splitting in 1983. Angel Dust (The Collected Highs,1983) was a useful compilation of their best early work.

The current Angelic Upstarts line up is Mensi - Vocals, Dickie Hammond - Guitar, Neil Newton - Guitar, Gaz Stoker - Bass, and Jonnie Halling - Drums.

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