Evans the Death + Porridge Radio + support
Friday 29 July 2016 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£4 advance / £6 on the door
We’re very excited to bring Evans The Death to Coventry promoting fantastic new album ‘Vanilla’, out 10 June on Fortuna Pop! records. Their most ambitious and experimental record to date, ‘Vanilla’ eschews the more traditional pop structures and hooks of their first two albums, 2012’s self-titled debut and 2015’s critically acclaimed ‘Expect Delays’. ‘Vanilla’ sees the band veer in an ever more adventurous direction: more aggressive, extroverted and raw.
Hear album opener ‘Haunted Wheelchair’ and read Pitchfork’s review – “A lashing thrillride of a song”:
“A beautiful exorcism of weird pop noise” – NME 8/10 review of ‘Expect Delays’ (2015)
“Evans the Death manage to make humdrum everyday existence seem quite magical” – Q 4/5 review of ‘Evans the Death’ (2012)
“Porridge Radio has been crafting emotional psychedelic lofi vomit music for a few years, but has recently perfected that craft to a T. Hypnotic and raw, there is an element of honesty and pathos present in her music that serves a foolproof antidote to the real world. She sings, she shouts, she breaks the internal microphone on her laptop. What more could you want? A demented homage to Neil Young? A beautiful song about periods? You got it.” – Memorials of Distinction
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