Press Club (ffo Japndroids etc)


#1

Fucking rad


#2

clicked ‘like’ after about twenty seconds.


#3

This is right up my street, bloody excellent stuff.


#4

big big fan


#5

Oh hello, yes please


#6

I’ve just listened to this on repeat since I clicked.

They appear to have an album on Bandcamp that I can’t wait to check out, looks like it came out in March.


#7

Aye quite good. Vocals are a bit as you’d expect but some really catchy hooks


#8

Playing Glasgow and Manchester next year


Friday 25th January 2019 New Album Releases
#9

There’s a few more UK dates up now. Got a ticket for the Bristol show, really looking forward to it - I’ve been caning the songs they’ve made available so far


#10

Really loving this band, their album Late Teens which is the one on bandcamp came out last year in Australia but gets it’s UK release on 25 Jan


#11

Yeah, I’ve got the album on pre-order. Can’t wait. Suburbia is an exceptional tune.

Got tickets for the Edinburgh show.

The two songs I’ve heard have taken punk to a different level. Really smart and more intricate than most bands.


#12

Yeah this is great, going to listen to lots more and make it to Edinburgh if I can


#13

Listen to the CD a few times over the weekend. Really good stuff with some cracking drumming!


#14

Not sure if anyone is interested, but they have tour dates: http://www.pressclubmusic.com/tour-dates.html

Just brought a ticket for the gig in Moseley, which turned out to be Free Entry! Also, just played the CD for the first time, so so good!


#15

Yip, got tickets for Edinburgh.


#16

Been ages since I’ve been able to see a good band in Moseley, excellent!


#17

Yep. I got my ticket for their London show after one listen of the album. Brilliant album.


#18

I’ve never been, should be fun! Looks like a very small bar/venue.


#19

The Dark Horse is my local, really good pub and the venue room upstairs is pretty cool but I’ve never seen a band here so looking forward to it.


#20

Sounds great, I shall see down the front! (Unless I’m loitering at the back, which is more then likely).