#IVW24 All-Dayer ft Cowtown, Pleasureinc, Ginnel, Better Joy +++

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2pm - late
sat 3rd feb
the ferret, preston

Join us for an all-day live music blowout, celebrating Independent Venue Week and featuring a plethora of our favourite bands right now…




Better Joy

Pageant Mum

TV Face

Dragged Up

dead things



Leeds heroes of the DIY punk scene, and one of our favourite bands of Glastonferret 2023. All hail COWTOWN! Dynamic overstimulated indie-rock and devolved synth-punk space jams.


PleasureInc. is the genre-fluid musical brainchild of brothers Jesse and Louis Baker. Jaded with playing in indie bands, the Norwich based duo began formulating a new type of project in early2021, creating music and visual content that reflected their love for hip hop, indie, pop, fashion, film and the 90s. Through aliases Kenny Pleasures and Jonny Silver, the brothers project a playful perspective in their music, pulling sounds and attitudes from the likes of Blur, Beastie Boys, easylife and Tyler, The Creator. PleasureInc. permeate personality like good cheese permeates stink. You simply can’t help but take notice.


Ginnel are a noise/psych outfit featuring members of some of Preston's most celebrated and critically acclaimed bands (The Common Cold, notnowkato, Big Red Bus, The Dandelion Adventure and Erskine Brown).

"Psyched up, fazed out observations; character studies that wouldn’t seem out of place sat on the sofa with the Royals. At the end of the room in the bed, it wouldn’t be Nanna though, it would be Mark E Smith sending Lurkio for 20 Embassy, a gram and a 4 pack of Stella. This is NorthWestern psyched up punk waking up on the bench in Preston bus station spouting unwanted wisdom at the early shift." - Louder Than War

Better Joy:

Better Joy, the alternative-pop band created and led by Bria Keely, is a deft fusion of classic and contemporary influences, which boldly celebrates the tensions between opposing states. Introversion and extroversion, complexity and simplicity, the literal and the metaphorical are all polarities put under the microscope on her forthcoming single ‘Hard To Love’.

Pageant Mum:

Wear your heart on your sleeve kids! And Pageant Mum do just that! They leave nothing behind with their post hardcore punky angst, driven guitars and feisty truthful lyrical content. When you figure out that this comes from a group of teenagers, Pageant Mum suddenly become your new favourite band, one to follow, one to celebrate and one to champion. Live they are a force of nature, on record their heart is laid bare and the angular twists and turns of Fugazi meet Paramore meet The Bronx resonate throughout.

TV Face:

The band called TV FACE are a gang of three from Lancaster. Their debut album Tide of Men was released on Crackedankles Records (Evil Blizzard, Thank) in September 2023. It was named Louder Than War’s album of the week, describing the band as ‘a wonderful trident of piercing guitar, bass and drums, unified by vocals through the torrent of hot noise, thunderous rumble and acid-scuzz.’

Dragged Up:

"like The Fall circa 83, jangling guitars nearly in tune, merged with Sonic Youth. It’s slackedrist, it’s proto-grunge, it’s indie with edge" - Aural Aggravation

dead things:

This three-piece from Chorley are as likely to be found in their local library, raking through the microfiche as they are in their rehearsal cellar. Obsessed with tales of death in their hometown, they yell their findings against a scuzzy fuzz-imbued racket. Catchy, infectious post-punk at its best, homegrown in Lancashire.


Big riffs, tight harmonies and indie rock disturbances in slightly odd time signatures.

The Ferret presents:


2pm - late

sat 3rd feb

the ferret, preston

All ages (under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult)

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