The brand new The Boy I Used To Be release Grip EP is out 2nd March on Pie & Vinyl Records on ltd coloured cassette (with download code) and will be available for purchase at the show.
To celebrate this, they shall be playing their first headline show (and first with new bassist Callum) at The Fat Fox on Thursday 5th March – Doors at 7pm.
The Fat Fox: https://www.facebook.com/thefatfoxpub
Tickets are £3 from The Fat Fox, Pie & Vinyl and the acts themselves.
In Support, will be fellow Pie&Vinyl label artists, SACHA and an introduction to Indigo, as they make their live debut.
See you on the night, it’s going to be a good one.
Facebook page here, (invite who you want, say you’ll be there etc) :
Watch ‘Try’ teaser vid. The first song from the forthcoming GRIP EP on Pie&Vinyl Records
The Boy I Used To Be
Over the past year, these scamps have taken their own brand of Lo-Fi Psych Garage Pop to Isle of Wight, Blissfields, Truck Festival, Victorious and a packed out Southsea Fest show for your very own Pie & Vinyl. As well as playing sold out shows with Johnny Marr, Oliver Wilde and DZ Deathrays, they’ve camped out in the bedroom of Edward Perry and produced a brand new EP to be premièred in front of yourselves. It’s going to be glorious and you won’t want to miss it as the duo morph into a trio.
Brand new Pie & Vinyl signing SACHA will be bringing his electronic dreamscapes to The Fat Fox hot off the heels of releasing his own Can You Feel It EP. Alex O’Toole is becoming a master in his 80’s pop craftsmanship, it’s soft and surreal yet over the top and harshly real. It’s bloody great.
Indigo have risen from the ashes of previous local indie popstars Sabre and play their first show at the invite of The Boy I Used To Be, who have only heard a few rehearsal phone recording and yet was more than enough to get them giddily excited.