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Baby Strange & Snash & Vultures on Friday 18th June 2021
Please note, this event has been rescheduled to 29th Oct 2021.
Bootleg Social presents
Embodying the true nature and principles of the DIY ethic and taking a steadfast, creative all-encompassing approach to music as an artform, Baby Strange have carved out an almost cult like status for themselves within the underground UK music scene.
Fronted by the magnetic & alluring Johnny Madden and completed with brothers Connaire & Aidan McCann, the proudly Glaswegian 3 piece are about to set out their stall and re-establish themselves as one of the most innovative and uncompromising outfits in the UK.
Since the release of their critically acclaimed 2016 debut album ‘Want It Need It’ (Ignition Records), Baby Strange have toured relentlessly, building an enthusiastically rampant live audience, selling out venues across the UK & sharing stages with the likes of ‘Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes’, ‘Slaves’, ‘Jamie T’ & ‘Wavves’.
“Baby Strange are confrontational, cold-hearted and brilliantly unnerving” – NME
“A dark and high-paced caustic rhythm machine” – So Young Magazine
“They’re punk with a dash of grunge and their songs veer between drones and dirges” – The Guardian
“Escapism delivered in the kind of sludge-first aesthetic Josh Homme would approve” – DIY
Fast hitting Glasweigan punks who’ve supported the likes of Strange Bones, Rascalton, Calva Louise while building up a rapidly growing fanbase in Glasgow.
Fuzz punk two piece based in Huddersfield/Blackpool making their Bootleg debut and maybe only second ever live performance, we’ve seen them & strongly suggest getting down early.
Music Genres: Alternative, Indie, Punk
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