Half Man Half Biscuit + The Flux Capacitors
Phoenix, Exeter | Thursday, March 21st – SOLD OUT
The Tramshed, Cardiff | March 22nd
Enough said. £20ish Adv (with various different bookings fees per box office)
Pop! Not Hate | The Old England, Bristol | Friday April 26th
We are delighted to be playing “Pop! Not Hate”, a five day festival in aid of organisations opposing the rise of the far-right in the UK. We are headlining Friday night at The Old England (a great close-quarters venue so expect a melee) but the rest of the fest is to DIE for, catch us singing along to those joyous souls The Big However on the Thursday, & Vinegar on Wednesday night… Further to this, Fri April 26th is our drummer Max’s BIRTHDAY!!! He drums his heart out for us so come along & celebrate with him xoxox
Alternative TV + The Flux Capacitors | The Crofter’s Rights, Bristol | Friday, Jun 1st
Bristol’s hippest A road is about to receive a dose of Playful Wholesome Low Level Mayhem & cheap mischief as we join Alternative TV at Stoke’s Croft’s finest as part of their summer tour. Excellent transport links running late into the evening mean you can stay on and party with us at this one. Afterparty: Turbo Island.
“Where to start with Alternative TV? Most know that Mark Perry, founder of Sniffin’ Glue fanzine, formed the group either due to or as a response to punk in 1977. Since the debut ‘How Much Longer’ 7” released that very same year, however, Mark has remained the sole surviving original member and driving force. Not one to stand still, he has taken the group through a succession of lineup changes embarking on a wide spectrum of styles since then; including the blend of igneous rock bludgeon and amalgamation of stripped electronics that informs the ‘Dark Places’ 12” e.p. on Fourth Dimension and released in April 2018.”
The Flux Capacitors + Mike Dennis | The Moon, Cardiff, Saturday June 15th
We are back over the bridge for a headline set at The Moon, Cardiff. supported and presented by rapper, looper, and violin virtuoso Mike Dennis
Vegetable Stock 2.0 | The Exchange, Bristol | Saturday, June 29th
The second edition of our vegan festival. Two stages of plant-based live music and vegan food all day at The Exchange. Line-up so far is thus: IDestroy, The Wine Mums, Grandmas House, The Love Handles, Heybus, Em Lou, and of course, Bristol’s Premier Vegan Rock & Roll band The Flux Capacitors.
Early Bird tickets on sale and selling fast! snap one up before we hike the price. All profits donated to The Bristol Hunt Saboteurs