Tuesday 22nd of May 2018
Hope & Anchor, London

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Doors open at 7.30pm
Venue and Locality: Hope & Anchor, London
Postcode: N1 1RL

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The Belgian based Groove-Rock power trio SPITFIRE emerged in 2013 out of a collaboration for the soundtrack of the TV series "Crimi Clowns" (Q2, Veronica). The band released their first EP in july 2014 at Antwerp Metal Fest and released its debut album ‘State of Mind’ in January 2017. To Promote the album the band released 2 music videos for ‘Kill Me’ and more recently ‘The Train’. Their sound is influenced by riff-based bands like Rage Against The Machine, Royal Blood, QOTSA, Wolfmother to name a few.

Blue Nation
Blue Nation, is a 3-piece band from Birmingham, they use Euphonic Riff based rock to create a sound that doesn’t fit neatly into a genre and is all the more memorable for it. Their songs are delivered by three accomplished musicians, fronted with stunning vocals. All backed up with impressive gig experience, stage presence and great songs.

Three Kings High
Three Kings High are a bunch of mongrels from around the UK who currently reside in Bristol city, making music you can sexy-dance, stomp, row and drink to. Their sound is modern Sleazo-Indie-Rock and Roll that has been influenced and moulded by 90’s hip hop, as much as British rock history.
They weave a rich tapestry of working class anthems, songs of debauched love affairs, unrequited affections, anxiety and depression, hating your friends and filthy council estate sexscapades, all the while showcasing strong musicianship with a poetic soul.
They’re marking themselves out from the try hard scenesters and navel gazers of today’s selfy-obsessed music scene, and making it about the music again!

Katalina Kicks
Following the release of album ‘Vices’ back in 2017, the band have spent a year of solid touring around it and following singles, accompanied by airplay across Kerrang!, BBC Introducing, Planet Rock and too many regional and online stations to mention. After spending a few months locked down in the studio, they now release brand new single ‘Waterfall’, with a supporting mini UK tour.The band say: ‘Our new single Waterfall is written about mental health and finding strength through coping with depression. The subject is very important to us, both in terms of the meaning behind the song and the feelings that lead to the creation of the track.’