• Dois Padres / JW Paris / Gaylips / Feral Dogs

  • Fri, 06-03-2020 at 20:00
  • Live at Harveys
    80 Park St
    LU1 3EU Luton
Dois Padres / JW Paris / Gaylips / Feral Dogs - Live at Harveys - Luton

Vandalism Begins at Home and Luton Live/s are pleased to announce our first date of the year!Dois PadresDois Padres are a 2 piece Rock outfit from Bedfordshire, UK. They have been on the live circuit since Summer 2017 and have opened up for some of the USA's finest such as Daddy Long Legs, The Living Deads and The Velveteers.Immense blues-rock riffs unleashed by a duo who are undoubtedly one of Bedfordshire’s most exciting prospects'. - Vandalism Begins at HomeJW PARISJ.W. Paris, the archetypal thrashy three piece, created in a 24hr storage locker hidden in leafy Bedfordshire, now trying to fake it in London. Citing their influences as Dandy Warhols, White Stripes, Iggy Pop and the occasional nod to The Rolling Stones, they are not short of hedonistic inspiration.GaylipsNecessity is the mother of all innovation. Cue GAYLIPS. When their previous band fell apart and other band members disappeared down the rabbit hole of acoustic singer-songwriter durge, Carl and Johnny unleashed their fury and channelled it into the genre-hopping punk-pop-mash-up that is GAYLIPS.Out went Topman, and the boyband haircuts. In came a drum and bass two-piece with their own rulebook. GAYLIPS is music with bayonets firmly fixed. Fast and a little bit furious, GAYLIPS is a grenade chucked into the room – a last hoorah before music is finally sacrificed at the altar of an AI algorithm.GAYLIPS’ first album, ‘Fuck the plan, sell the man’ was released in late 2019. Their second album is already in the making. GAYLIPS hit the road in 2020 to bring their angsty terrier tunes to all the pissed off Tesco cashier underdogs waiting for their shift end.Feral DogsTheir original material blends the old & the new; Awash with classic rock & blues influence and mixed in with genres as diverse as Reggae, Jazz, Country, Pop & Metal - the band seeks to carve their own path musically, leaving you longing for the past but looking to the future