Approx running times:
Tundra 8 – 8:30pm
Grandma’s House 9 – 9:30pm
Panic Shack 10pm
Grandmas House are queer punk trio known for their fast and raucous guitar riffs, thumping bass lines andaggressive drums.
Bristol In Stereo have described them as a ‘(ferocious) three-piece who have the lungs and power of a mighty machine’. Combining their love of post punk with surfy melodies they create a completely new and catchy sound that grabs you right by the throat.
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Welsh five-piece punk band delivering barbed takedowns of societal failings with a keen sense of identity, wit and melody.
Formed in 2018, DIY punk outfit Panic Shack have been capturing the mood of the nation through the charged and pointed subject matter of their releases.
Surf punk band Tundra burst on to the bustling Bury St Edmunds scene in 2016 and since then have been on a non-stop mission of infectious grunge-pop domination.
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