Get your spine bent by 5 of Belfast's most exciting bandsFerals LIVE at Voodoo // 23rd of Maywih support from:Paul and The meanieVALEGhost Officeand Cloakroom Q.Doors at 7:30£5 EntryMeet the bands....FeralsHailing from the north coast, this riff-infused post rock 3 piece are getting ready to drop their new EP "Always Watching Never Watched" on the 25th of April. Their new singles off the EP "The Low" and "Mystery" are out now.Paul and The Meanie3 piece high energy indie rock band from Armagh. Paul and The Meanie's sound has 2 faces ranging from sun soaked indie pop to dirty, funky, gritty rock.The Yellow Bedroom Demo EP represents their formative stages, it was given life across 2 hot summer days in frontman Daragh McSloy's bedroom. He recorded and prodcued the tracks in his makeshift studio, which has since blossomed into Red Sofa RecordingsPaul and The Meanie are now gearing up to drop their 2 first official singles, recorded in Half Bap Studios in Belfast.VALEThis 5 piece alt rock band have so much energy they could toast a piece of bread if you dropped it in front of them. With a diverse style, a tight live set and a frontman whos's been compared to Freddie Mercury, VALE are one to keep your eye on.Ghost OfficeLo-fi indie sadboy music. Appearing on A Litany of Failures Vol. II alongside the likes of Hot Cops, Cherym, Dott, Junk Drawer and many more big Northern Irish names. Their 2 EPs "Desire Lines" and "Least Resistance" stand out against the sounds of NI, offering something unique and interesting.Cloakroom Q.Cloakroom Q create a uniquely theatrical atmosphere on-stage, using erratic and colourful make-up and masks to project an almost inhuman personality to the audience.The band formed in late 2016 in the bowels of Newry and its surrounding areas, immediately making a fresh impact on the local scene with a dramatic, moody and hypnotic approach to song-writing and performance. Now based in Belfast, the five members consistently work on and develop their song-writing-- injecting their neo-psychedelic style with tension-building, abrasive instrumentation, jagged rhythms and deeply personal lyrical themes.