If you’re looking for something to do this Friday, top of your list is seeing Death Of Pop at Start the Bus. To be honest, even if you’ve got plans on Friday, it’s probably best to cancel them and get yourself down to Start the Bus instead. The London based band have been building up an incredible catalogue over the last few years, and new compilation Turns perfectly shows it off.
The event is being put on by the brilliantly named Gravy Train and features support from The Karma Repair Kit, who combine big riffs with bits of grunge and shoegaze to create a huge sound. Also on the bill is fellow Bristolians Gosa Vadd who describe themselves as “punkish tweemo gloomcore but also happy.” Basically it’s going to be a great evening.
Buy tickets in advance here and check out their single ‘Don’t Bother Me’ below