East Indie Club: Before the Breakdown
93 Feet East, London.
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Another bumper bill of talented acts comes to 93 Feet East with some AK faves, as well as some new faces.
Alt/rock quartet, Before the Breakdown will be gracing the stage with their thrashing guitars and high energy live shows. They’ve already impressed promoters Absent Kelly before with their fantastic energy and stage presence.
Hell and Hope are a London based collective who blend elements of dark post-rock, trip hop and electronic sounds. The Hell and Hope Collective aims to create a platform where music and art can develop together to create something truly captivating.
Liverpudlian indie rockers Lotus Bay will be there too. The prog influenced four piece have already gained quite a name for themselves with their laid back rock, and this signature sound has seen them bag slots at legendary venues like the Zanzibar Club.
Anarchic indie outfit, The Rills are making waves on the local scene, supporting big and emerging names including Space and Sheafs, as well as bagging themselves a slot at this year’s Kendal Calling alongside The Libertines and Catfish & the Bottlemen.
Based in Cheltenham, Verity White is a multi-award winning artist, who will be joined by her band for the evening to play her brand of compelling alt/indie that has seen her gain a host of radio airplay.
A special acoustic set from Leicester’s Stylite will see the Capital experience their alternative indie/folk that has seen the act support up and coming names like Hunter and the Bear.
Ben Smith is a talented singer-songwriter from Essex who takes inspiration from the likes of the Beatles and Oasis to create his own infectious acoustic indie.
Also hailing from Essex is Joe Anderton. This singer-songwriter will be bringing his laid back style of alternative acoustic indie to the show.