presents The Seamonsters
headlining The Washington
on Friday 18th January to celebrate the release of their brand new single 'Blue Movie Baby' with support from Lacuna Bloome
and Rainy Day Fund
. FREE ENTRY. In association with Violet Gang
★ The Seamonsters
The Seamonsters are an indie synth-pop band from Sheffield, driven by ethereal vocals and new wave-esque synths. The six 18 and 19 year old childhood friends are influenced by Pulp, Altered Images and Orange Juice along with more recent indie artists like Black Honey and The Wombats, creating catchy songs for dreamy dancefloors. With three singles out — Lost (& Found), Wonderland and Max and Archie, The Seamonsters have amassed over 60,000 Spotify plays.
★ Lacuna Bloome
Lacuna Bloome are an exciting emerging 4-piece band from Brighton, playing soaring indie rock with massive multi-layered guitars and anthemic choruses.
Their latest track ‘I Am’, has already received radio playlisting from Amazing Radio. It continues a summer that has so far seen the band play packed out performances over the Great Escape weekend, a short tour up and down the country, concluding with a homecoming show for the Brighton Fringe, and most recently, a characteristically raucous performance at the Isle of Wight Festival courtesy of This Feeling, Pretty Green and Pirate Studios.
★ Rainy Day Fund
«I always get a little bit nostalgic whenever I hear this type of indie-rock, it reminds me of the bands that would always play at my uni’s Students’ Union when I studied there in the late 00s/early 10s (and of course, I would go to see them every single night they were on). Gold is the latest single from Swindon-based four-piece Rainy Day Fund, which calls to mind the dreamy indie-rock of Swim Deep.» — Fresh On The Net
Get there before 9pm for Happy Hour deals. 💰💰
➡ House Lager and Ale — £2.50 💰
➡ Double Up For FREE on House Spirits. 💰
Friday 18th January
8PM // FREE ENTRY // 18+
79 Fitzwilliam Street
E-mail: [email protected]
In association with Violet Gang
, English Rain Sheffield, College Radio
, Fat Flowers Collective
, The Washington