7pm, Wednesday 19 February 2014
THE GEORGE TAVERN, SHADWELL, LONDON
373 Commercial Road, London E1 0LA
Tickets: £4 in advance, £5 on the door
“The Queen’s English are based in Camden Town, where they wear unfeasibly tight trousers and write unceasingly propulsive British pop (not Britpop) songs which nod at The Jam, wink at The Smiths and add a tease of XTC’s pop panache.” – Fierce Panda
Formed in December 2012, Crosshair are a 3 piece indie rock band from South East London, who have recently recorded their first EP ‘Crosshair’.
The Neon Alchemysts are an upcoming indie (with a touch of pop) band based in East London.
Their influences include Bastille, Muse, Florence + the Machine, Two Door Cinema Club and Snow Patrol.
Paper Fish play music rooted in the British folk tradition with a twist of pop sensibility. Their songs tell stories of lost love, poor circumstance and the drive to overcome adversity.
Paper Fish are a London based five piece semi-acoustic band. They perform their own material mixed with updated folk songs of protest and love with the occasional cover in their unique style.