Into The Void Promotions presents One Week Stand + Boundary
Friday 04 September 2015 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£3 on the door
Into The Void Promotion return to present another night at The Tin.
Supported by www.midlandsmetalheads.com
One Week Stand, a five piece Punk band from Coventry, Bedworth & Nuneaton in the UK playing a mixture of old school Punk, Pop, Rock and a bit of Ska thrown in for good measure! The band was formed originally with lead vocalist Emma under the name, Average Dave as a side project for fellow band members Gaz, Ant and Tom’s main band at the time, Forgiving Lisa but after a few discussions, they ended deciding to merge their songs with this band’s songs and use it as their main project. The band changed their name to One Week Stand shortly after being offered and accepting a slot in a small tent at Coventry’s Godiva Festival 2014 alongside bands such as Buzzcocks, The Selecter, We Are Scientists, Happy Mondays, The Ordinary Boys and Kids In Glass Houses. After playing the packed out tent at Godiva, the band shortly after received an offer (which they immediately snapped up) to support Punk legends and major influences to the band themselves, Stiff Little Fingers. Months later the band headed into Moonbase Recording Studio in Coventry to record their debut 10 track album, Punk Drunk Love.
Boundary, hailing from the Midlands and playing British pop-punk, Boundary have spent the last 18 months delivering live music to the people of the UK in their own definitive style, priding themselves on their energetic approach to music. Taking influence from well known artists such as The All-American Rejects, blink-182 and Kids in Glass Houses, 2012 saw Boundary sharing a stage with Kaiser Chiefs after storming through Triumph Motorcycles “Triumph Live” Battle of the bands. This year the quartet have released their second EP “If Looks Could Kill”.
Those Fine Strangers, charging from the hometown of bands such as The Specials, The Primitives and The Selecter, Those Fine Stranger are a 5 piece ska, punk and reggae band
The Callout are a four piece “ballsy” pop-punk band hailing from the small town of Redditch, Worcestershire and have supported bands such as Deaf Havana, McFly, The Hype Theory & more!
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