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Taking over the Georgian Theatre just as they’ve taken over this year’s festival season, Coach Party bring their infectious indie sound to Stockton on Sunday 11th September.

With appearances across the UK over the summer at the likes of Y Not, Truck and Tramlines, this really feels like Coach Party’s moment. New releases such as Weird Me Out cement a sound for the indie rockers, perfectly blending rock, indie and pop punk into a sound that defines the four-piece, managing to be both nostalgic of the 00’s and refreshing to listen to.

Previous tracks such as FLAG (Feel Like A Girl) bring a feminist edge to the band’s lyrics, with lyrics like “wanna hurt you bad just like how you hurt me” reminiscent of the social commentary-style songwriting of the likes of Dream Wife. The band share a record label with Wolf Alice and their influence is felt in Coach Party’s style.

The gig is part of the national Revive Live tour, created by Music Venue Trust and The National Lottery to support independent venues like The Georgian Theatre, as the continuing effects of the pandemic are still being felt. For audiences, this means tickets are subsidised and are ‘buy one get one free’.

Support comes from songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and alt. rock producer Soren Bryce under her Tummyache moniker.

Coach Party and Tummyache play The Georgian Theatre, Stockton on Sunday 11th September.

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