❰ Back to The Lexington

april, 2018

06apr7:30 pm11:00 pmGiuda, Cyanide Pills, Ulysses7:30 pm - 11:00 pm Upstairs

Event Details

Giuda Are Back!
and they’re hosting a two-day Rock ‘n’ Roll Party at The Lexington to celebrate the release of their new single “Rock ‘n’ Roll Music” on Rise Above Records….

DJs Enri Kyb (Proudfoot
Sound) / Tim Purr (Glam Chops)

GIUDA

GIUDA – ROCK ‘N’ ROLL MUSIC
New single (vinyl/digital) and video out 30th March on the London-based label Rise Above. A two-day launch party for the release will take place in London at the Lexington with gigs on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th April.

Recorded live to ensure the harnessing of the solid power of their on-stage performance, here is the aptly-named new Giuda single: “Rock ‘n’ Roll Music”.
Stronger, tighter, rougher and darker than ever, but still never losing sight of that ultimate killer hook.

Insistent riffs, loud handclaps and sing-a-long refrains are omnipresent but the band sound has evolved yet again, pushing forever harder against the ever-shifting boundaries of Giuda’s World.

A video for “Rock ‘n’ Roll Music” shot on 35mm tape and directed by Nicola Piovesan will accompany the release.

Prepare to sing a new hymn, Giuda are back!
Out 30th March on Rise Above Records

CYANIDE PILLS

The Leeds five-piece consists of Phil Privilege (Shouting), Alex A (Twanging), Sy Pinkeye (Strumming), Chris Wrist (Banging), Alarick ‘The Trick’ (Rumble).

Think of The Boys, Buzzcocks, The Ramones, The Dickies, Clash, Vapors, Radio Stars, Nosebleeds etc and you won’t be far wrong – this is kick-ass, Punk Rock, New Wave, Power Pop

“fresh helpings of pop-flavoured (Buzzcocks not Blink) ditties that’ll lodge themselves in your front lobe and prove difficult to budge…Superbly refreshing” – Rock Sound Aug ’10
“A spike-domed, pogo-pop sugar rush” – Big Cheese
”Cyanide Pills kick out a spirited Brit-punk rave-up like nobody’s business” – Vive Le Rock

ULYSSES
Bath’s rock upstarts Ulysses deliver quirky pop delights and to die for big riffs with what is fast becoming Ulysses’ own distinct sound – a nether land between psych, glam and rock, guitar stroking and pop sheen.
Having toured with Rival Sons, Purson and members of The Black Crowes, and with new 2016 album ‘Law And Order’ made with producer Steve Evans (Robert Plant / Siouxsie / Goldfrapp), it seems that Ulysses have unknowingly brought their cheeky influences (Syd Barrett, psych-era Stones, The Cars, Thin Lizzy, Hot Chocolate, Supergrass, Sailor, Alvin Stardust and Paul McCartney & Wings) to the heart of the new rock elite.

Time

(Friday) 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Upstairs

Price

£13, adv £11, 2 nite-party ticket £20 advance

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