Sussex’s premier promotions company, Rio Bravo, return with their first gig in a long time. A night of rock at Brighton’s The World’s End with Pink Narcissus, Hold The Fight, Accidents Will Happen and Oh. Captain.
Fronted by the eloquent and brilliant Oli Spleen, freak rock four-piece Pink Narcissus create a spastic carnival of chaotic colour and magnificent mania, taking influence from kings and queens of wonder and imagination like David Bowie, Jane’s Addiction, Bjork, Radiohead, The Velvet Underground and Leonard Cohen. The band’s sound breathes new and exciting life into alternative rock, with elements of glam, punk, heavy rock and cabaret infused with the mystery of Eastern European and Gypsy music.
Few bands pack more of a punch than Hold The Fight. An acoustic-core trio from Eastbourne, they’ve shared stages all over the UK with bands like The James Cleaver Quintet, The Town Needs Guns, Blitz Kids and Fights And Fires, gaining an established reputation in the process. Last September the band released the first single off their forthcoming album With A Breath And A Hope, How Many Times Man, I’m Not Caesar.
Fronted by Jade Spiro, London-based rock band Accidents Will Happen have, thanks to powerful vocals, catchy melodies, big bass and rhythmic drums, shared stages with the likes of PAIGE and Hildamway. Influenced by bands from Don Broco to Biffy Clyro, their sound is a real girl power riot, with all elements working together to send the crowd into a frenzy.
New on the scene, Brighton band Oh. Captain have three vocalists at their disposal, with the enigmatic tones of Hope Rudd surely shining through.
DOORS 7:30 FREE ENTRY