Evans the Death

Kitchen Club Presents: Evans The Death

Friday 24 July 2015 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£4 advance / £6 on the door



Evans The Death are an English indie rock band formed in London in 2011.

Kitchen Club (www.fb.com/kitchenclubcov) presents!

Evans The Death (Fortuna Pop! (UK) and Slumberland Records (US))

Named after the undertaker in Dylan Thomas’s ‘Under Milk Wood,’ Evans the Death’s 2012 self-titled first album mixed Smiths-influenced indie with scratchy noise-pop topped by Katherine Whitaker’s striking vocals. The brilliant debut saw critical acclaim from Q, Uncut and Artrocker, and radio play on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music and XFM.

After a change in line-up, the band regrouped for the recording of ‘Expect Delays’, a more ambitious and focused record encompassing additional influences including shoegaze and indie-rock whilst sacrificing none of the band’s spontaneity and vitality. ‘Expect Delays’ is a supremely inventive and intelligently crafted album from a band who have suffered for their art, and used that experience to inform and nourish their work. Expect no more delays: Evans the Death have arrived.

“Listening to Expect Delays is like playing with a naked Barbie doll with bubblegum in its hair and a half melted face. This is a confident, electrifying, weirdo-pop stormer of an album that deserves your attention” Drowned in Sound 8/10

Duck Thieves are an indiepop quintet from Coventry who sing songs inspired by Hong Kong Cinema, terrible B-Movies, and the endless copy and paste street blocks of Los Angeles. Imagine songs from an over the top indie-musical with big guitar solos and boy/girl backing vocals. In their previous guises, Duck Thieves are veterans of self-releases and collaborations with tiny record labels and will release “The Birds EP” later in 2015.


Location
The Coal Vaults


256214



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