Deadpunk Promotions presents:
+ Iron Chic + Colour Me Wednesday
Entry Requirements: 14+ (u16s must be accompanied by an adult)
PROPAGANDHI (Winnipeg, Canada)
The first thing to know, if you want to know about Propagandhi, is that they came here to rock. Right from the snarling opening riff of their seventh album, Victory Lap, that much is clear. For everything else that swirls around the band now, and for the last 31 years — the politics, the people and, lately, a gnawing sense of despair — the sheer volume of it all hasn’t changed. So even though Victory Lap was written while the world spun into darkness this record is still made to put feet in the pit and fists in the air. Victory Lap finds Propagandhi close to how they began: a ferocious band from a wind-battered Canadian prairie, thrashing out jams in a city erected on stolen Indigenous land.
IRON CHIC (Long Island, USA)
"It's like driving a runaway hearse, you can't stop it'll just make things worse!" https://ironchic.bandcamp.com/
COLOUR ME WEDNESDAY (London, UK)
Feminist DIY punk/indie pop band based in West London fronted by the Doveton sisters. Their debut album 'I thought it was morning' was released on Discount Horse records over summer 2013 and in summer 2014 they released a 10 song split record with Spoonboy (Washington, DC) on Lauren Records and toured the East Coast of America promoting the album. Including performances at New York's Popfest and Plan-it-x Fest. Have previously played with the likes of Kate Nash, Waxahatchee, Laura Stevenson, Grace Petrie and The Darling Buds. In 2016 they self recorded and co-released their EP 'Anyone and Everyone' on KROD Records (FR) and Wiener Records (US) and their own label, Dovetown.
Colour Me Wednesday have just been announced to support Sub Pop's LVL UP on their UK tour and are heading into the studio to record their long-awaited second album as well as appearing at many UK festivals.