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Novastatus + Call To The Faithful + Sleep's Cousin on Saturday 12th June 2021
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Headliners with their 1st local show for sometime will be NOVASTATUS – check them out here -https://www.facebook.com/novastatusband
alternative rock collective formed on influences such as
[ratm] [linkin park] [the cure]
novastatus, loud and enigmatic bring a modern and alternative sound to the music scene
with high-octane performances
bringing charm and energy to every stage
founded by former members of Damaged & mt. avenue
Novastatus set out to bring new life to the music scene without boarders or boundaries
“Infrared” is a collection of modern ideas in every way. Each song has a unique identity and has displayed just what Nova Status is capable of. The band are a fantastic addition to the British scene and quite clearly hold their national identity close to their heart. The state of England is something that Nova Status can’t fix, but with their lyrical content and creative energetic music, the band is sure to staple their message into listeners’ minds. What the band can fix is how people listen to modern music and the state of local scenes. The punk attitude is clear in every song and with a direct heartfelt message in each track, the band is everything England needs for a modern Punk uprising. As the Refused predicted in 1998, this is the Shape of Punk to come. - 4/5
Cambridgeshire’s own Novastatus are a supernova in the making with their EP,
‘Infrared’. A take on angry alternative sounds with socially conscious lyrics, mixed
with screams and raps, gives a shimmer of hope and excitement for the alternative
scene within the UK. Singing about losing faith in oneself and the government, the
band are giving their all and it’s hard to ignore - but easy to dance and mosh to. In
times of trouble, art is the saving grace for the world; Novastatus may save everyone
JO COSGROVE (8)
Special guests will be Call to the Faithful – they played a sell-out show here at The Met alongside Dead Reynolds just a few weeks ago – if you go to their fb page you can still see the entire show
Formed in Peterborough, UK, Call to the Faithful have been turning it up to 11 since 2018. After fine tuning their unique brand of hard-hitting guitar riffs, fuzzy bass lines, thumping drum kicks, and thought provoking lyrics, they are hitting the stages and studios to bring you the best in new music.
Following the release of their first two singles in 2019 and establishing themselves as one of Cambridgeshire’s most energetic live acts, they are back with an altogether more sombre and emotional release - the melodic rock of ‘Demons’ with all proceeds from the single donated to PAPYRUS UK to support the fight to prevent young suicide.
Demons was released alongside their first ever music video - a hard-hitting look at a person’s daily struggle battling their own mind. Watch the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ov2NbTu1Sdc (CONTENT WARNING: Explores themes of anxiety, depression and suicide).
Listen to CTTF on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3kxwgIH
All other platforms: linktr.ee/calltothefaithful
FFO: Rage Against The Machine, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Bring Me The Horizon, Slaves
3rd artiste on the show will be SLEEPS COUSIN - https://youtu.be/_NU5joCsaU- Please bear in mind that because of The Mets status as a ‘grass roots venue’ then it will not be necessary to purchase a substantial meal in order to purchase alcohol.
The event is all seated and all relevant tier rules for Covid must be adhered to at all times
Music Genres: Alternative, Indie, Metal, Reggae, Rock
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