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Hot off the back of their latest single Golden, Bristol-based queer punk trio Grandma’s House will play Newcastle’s Little Buildings on Thursday 21st October for what is sure to be an absolutely manic affair.

The band will present their raucous post-punk fury that’ll knock your socks off, rip them up and bury them in a nameless grave. Spurred on by the criminal lack of female representation in the punk genre, Grandma’s House combine the endless energy of the Slits and the vocal styles of The Raincoats, while channelling the spirit of riot grrrl. What you’re left with is dense and murky punk surf melodies, relentless and suffocating bass and an onslaught of pounding drums, all topped with a throat wrenching howl that invites you to criticise at your own peril.

Support is local and at this time unknown, but the band are reaching out to any band that consist of female, non-binary, LGBTQ+ and ethnically diverse members, which is something the North East should adopt more of in the future. Uncompromising in their ideology and sound, Grandma’s House are slowly becoming one of the UK’s most invigorating punk bands and now is your chance to be part of the evolution.

Grandma’s House play Little Buildings, Newcastle on Thursday 21st October

 

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