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Want some funky punky political tunes for your ears? Peach Club is a four-piece Riot Grrrl band from Norwich.
Hot on the heels of Cherry Baby – the second cut from Peach Club’s EP of the same name, due out in January 2018 – the grrrls’ return to the Arts Centre is timely and eagerly anticipated.
As a feminist left wing band, a gig showing support for the big red party is perfectly suited: Katie, Amanda, Becca and Charlie are four girls who just want to use their powerful art form to promote equality for all and they’re honoured to headline C-Red.
Starting out with Norwich Arts Centre’s Sonic Youths programme, Peach Club are continuously moving up the scale, including supporting Mercury Prize nominees The Big Moon at Norwich Sound & Vision 2017, plus fast-rising Afro-Punk duo Nova Twins at Camden Assembly at the end of November.
With a show that’s full of energy, laughter and rawness, Peach Club never fail to please. Hero Magazine describes them as “ripping up the stage” at London’s Moth Club with LiveWire enthusing about their “loud, proud and feisty” antics, meaning you’ll leave tonight’s gig feeling energised, excited, passionate and gagging to join their grrrl gang.
“Frontwoman Katie is very petite, and the way she sways and swaggers around the stage is phenomenal… It’s proper old school riot grrrl, but with hooks and singalong choruses.” (Outline magazine)
“If you love Riot Grrrl culture, angry girl bands, and sick music give Peach Club a listen at your first chance.” (IndieCentralMusic)
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