GIG: NOVA TWINS @ Camden Assembly 30th November


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UNDERGROUND PROUDLY PRESENTS NOVA TWINS @ THE CAMDEN ASSEMBLY

​The genre-defying duo will be taking over Camden Assembly on 30th November in a self-curated, explosive and electric party that will be sure to thrill.
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The troublesome twosome have been growing from strength to strength in the last few years; from being featured in top magazines such as NME, Elle France and the Guardian, as well as playing a whole host of coveted gigs such as Rock for Refugees, The Great Escape festival, Camden Rocks, Music Matters at Selfridges, the Fluffer Pit Party, and not to mention they were billed as the top support act for Ho99o9, Kate Nash and have recently just supported Prophets of Rage. The duo have also kicked and stomped their way through their own headline shows in South Africa, Kazakhstan, the UK, and France. They continue to leave a riotous and memorable impression, and their gigs are met seriously well.

Amy Love and Georgia South make up the outfit and are a force to be reckoned with; their determination to break moulds is intoxicating. They’re two mixed race women based in the South East of London, looking to challenge conformity in regards to music, gender and race. Their bass-driven sound is a sonic fusion of many musical influences: grime, hip-hop and punk prevail and effectively produce a sound that is original and matchless. Not to mention the girls are fashion tastemakers; their style is outrageously cool, and they run their own DIY-fashion project at: http://www.instagram.com/badstitchesofficial

They released their eponymous EP in 2016, which features their debut single ‘Bassline B****’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-2XUOAufLQ
It has been heralded as a musical marvel; cleverly blending biting basslines and hip-hop melodies, glued together with their iconically fierce attitude.

Their most recent musical offering is their single ‘Thelma and Louise’ and the song matches the ferocious female ethos that directed the classic '90s feminist-thriller.

And their new EP is set to coincide with their headline show,
be released at the end of November 2017.

Their bash in the capital - with support from Kid Kapichi and Peach Club - will definitely be one of the most insatiable and highly energized gigs to ever grace the capital so you do not want to miss out. Ticket information is available through the Facebook event page: