The Prince Albert, Brighton.
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Burning House were formed in Southampton 2013, and comprise of frontman and guitarist Aaron Mills, guitarist Ruby Taylor, drummer Dominic Taylor
and bassist Patrick White.
Their music rides the soft/loud dynamic well, producing music ranging from beautiful melancholy to loud feedback-driven post rock, and have recently released their full debut album 'Anthropocene' on MIOHMI RECORDS.
Fusing elements of shoegaze and decade-spanning American Indie (Elliott Smith, Swans, Deerhunter, Teenage Fanclub, Slint, Pixies), Burning House's sound is defined by multi-layered piercing guitar rhythms, sophisticated melodic arrangements, and tempos spanning introspective, stripped down pieces through to distinctly upbeat, frenetic songs.
After gingerly approaching BBC 6 Music's indie doyen Steve Lamacq with a 4-track demo while in Southampton, Lamacq was so enthralled that he chose Burning House to appear on 6 Music's new bands line-up.
Burning House have previously opened for the legendary Wire, after earning the appreciation of Colin Newman. Their euphoric sound has also led to playing with the likes of Moon Duo, Shonen Knife, Is Bliss and Kagoule.
"Fusing vintage American indie rock with shoegaze tapestries, the band's blissed out style forever verges on the edge of raucous collapse" - Clash Music
"Recalling the wild but awesome fuzz- and feedback-driven noise channeled through the likes of Swervedriver and Jesus & Mary Chain, Southampton's Burning House produces a fine slice of heavy shoegaze bliss with a talent at walking a fine line between melodicism and an ear-wrenching wall of sound" - Louder Than War
"Multiple layers of fuzzy reverberation as intricate guitar progressions spin overlapping sonic webs that envelope an impressive vocal line drenched in blissed out melancholy... a band who continue to amaze!" - Primal Music Blog
"It's a testament to Burning House's musical and emotional acuity that their songs can be so full of sound, and yet evoke such a raw, stripped-down intimacy... a fuzzy alt-rock blaze that's certainly savory. Burning House have caught fire, and they're running with the torch as fast as they can" - Atwood Magazine
"A strident sonic attack. As if reverberating echoes of MBV, Dinosaur Jr. and Ringo Deathstarr united in a psychedelic caress. Every guitar howl is like a hallucination of moving water dancing some nonsensical ballet" - The Blog That Celebrates Itself