Agoraphobia, The Smoking Kills, Just For Now, Women Gone Missing - 18/10/19, The Tin Coventry


Agoraphobia, The Smoking Kills, Just For Now, Women Gone Missing - 18/10/19, The Tin Coventry

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An incredible night of rock music hosted by Catch 22 Promotions!

Agoraphobia are the new trailblazers of Spanish Alt-Rock. After winning various awards in recent years, 2017 saw them release their first LP ‘Incoming Noise', leading to an extensive European tour that included their first visit to the UK and appearances at renowned festivals such as Mad Cool Festival in Madrid and SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.

Their stunning live performances have helped them to quickly earn a large, loyal fan base - When you see them expect a dynamic powerhouse that can sway from crunching riffs to reverb soaked melodic breaks, always accompanied by soaring pitch-perfect vocals. September 2019 will see them release their second album 'Unaligned', before they set out to make further UK appearances in October.

Support from The Smoking Kills, Just For Now and Women Gone Missing. The Smoking Kills: A grunge-inspired, Peruvian-Polish, freshly formed three-piece based in Coventry, UK. Just for now: A Birmingham based grunge Band. They take inspiration from bands like Nivarna, We Are Scientists, The Wombats and many more. Women Gone Missing: a noisy rock band from Leamington. 60s psych and blues have been dragged kicking and screaming to the present day, with pit stops at doom, punk, and grunge. They're heavy, dark, and foreboding, but with a groove to latch onto.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/agoraphobia-the-smoking-kills-just-for-now-women-gone-missing-tickets-72460071023

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