VICKY SPEEDBOAT+ FULLSHORE + INSOMNIACS

Vicky Speedboat, the two-piece punk rock outfit from Philadelphia, is the drunken creative brainchild of Sean Huber (Modern Baseball, Steady Hands) and Will Lindsay (W. C. Lindsay, Steady Hands). Their songs are allegories of the road, tales of restlessness and staying on the run. Bathed in feedback, contrasts of intoxicating glee and gut wrenching loss span their debut EP Two Years No Basement. The EP was written across the map and recorded in 2015 at Kennedy Studios in Burlington, MA by Steve Aliperta and Chris LaRoque (The Color and Sound).

The band’s sound, reminiscent of a bygone era, is defined by their high-energy aggressivepunk instrumentation mixed seamlessly with their character driven lyricism. Lindsay provides loud, harshly distorted but melodic guitars, fitting seamlessly with the bombastic and aggressive drumming of Huber. Both members act as vocalists and story-tellers.

Listen to “Two Years No Basement” now, then join the boys for a drink at your local bar.

Vicky Speedboat Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Passing Through Wales’ below:


Plus support from FULLSHORE

Fullshore are a Birmingham based alt rock band, who have been running strong for over 2 years. Fullshore have made a nice dent in the local Birmingham scene, getting to perform with bands such as Turnover, Nai Harvest and Lawson.

After releasing their well received second EP Cherish back in Novemeber 2016, Fullshore have spent their time playing many shows and writing new material for future releases. As 2017 goes on Fullshore plan to release even more music, gather shows supporting bigger bands, as well as potential UK tour dates.

Fullshore Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Wine’ below:


Plus support from INSOMNIACS

Insomniacs are four-piece punk rock band from Redditch, taking influence from all styles of punk – from the classic punk bands, to more modern sounds. With catchy songs and energetic live performances to boot, they are definitely a band to look out for in 2017.

Insomniacs Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Knock Me Out’ below: