The Boileroom, Guildford.
Support from Hows Harry & The Night Society
This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s.
Everything about this band is cool... you?d be naïve not to expect big things from them in the future' - Subba-Cultcha
'We occasionally stumble upon some pretty awesome musical gems from up and coming artists. The latest comes from Youth Club' - Idolator
'Rising Southend-based band Youth Club are a band to take note of' - Notion
?Much like the lovechild of Two Door Cinema Club + Phoenix (with a dash of early Tokyo Police Club, perhaps as the cool uncle), they come packaged with refreshing and fun guitar licks abound that's destined to put a smile on your face? - The 405
Southend based Youth Club first caught people?s attention in May 2014 with their self-released debut EP ?Colours?. It stormed the official independent singles charts reaching No. 25 and No. 7 in the iTunes alternative charts. They are the first unsigned Essex band to officially chart right next to Adele.
Since the release of their second EP 'Brothers' on Lab, these boys have been the band on everybody's lips. Summer 2015 saw them grace the stages of Radio 1's Big Weekend, Y Not Festival, Standon Calling, Beat Herder, Shazam Summer Party and Kopparberg's Urban Forest Festival; as well as gaining huge support from the likes of Idolator, TMRW Magazine, The 405, Radio 1, BBC Introducing, London Live, SubTV, MTV Rocks, MTV IGGY, Sunday Brunch and Made in Chelsea.
Heading back into the studio after the summer, Youth Club are back with their infectious new AA single Pressure / DTLA released via Lab Records. It sees an edgier immediate take on the YC spirit - their music mixes guitar licks, electronic keys and R'n'B vocals to create crisp, dance orientated pop. With sold shows at Chinnerys and Camden Barfly in October 2015, Youth Club are set to start an epic 2016 with a bang.
4 piece band from the South East, they have been described as; "The future of the UK Indie Scene" and as "What Foals and The Neighbourhood's lovechild would sound like". They have built a reputation as a thrilling and dedicated live band, with reviews such as "The crowd loved Hows Harry so much they nearly killed them". A furiously hard working and commited band who simply love what they do, who never fail to impress.
The Night Society
A 4 piece Indie Rock outfit based in Guildford. Crystalline guitars, edgy Jamie-T inspired vocals. Walls of sound and breakdowns that pack a heavy punch.