Fri, 21 Jan|
The Fallen Leaves
BIZARRO PROMOTIONS PRESENTS The Fallen Leaves, The Total Rejection & The SinicTones, The Thunderbolt, Bristol, 21/01/22
Time & Location
21 Jan, 19:30
The Thunderbolt, 124 Bath Rd, Totterdown, Bristol BS4 3ED, UK
About The Event
The Fallen Leaves The Fallen Leaves are a British garage rock group that formed in Richmond, London in 2004. The group was formed by guitarist Rob Symmons from Subway Sect and vocalist Rob Green now with Brett "Buddy" Ascott from the Chords on drums and bassist Gareth Evans. Purveyors of pop played with passion rather than precision, the Fallen Leaves are very much based around Rob Symmons' distinctive discordant, stinging guitar sound as well as Rob Green's vocal style, reminiscent of Italian-American crooners such as Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra. The Fallen Leaves hark back to DIY punk days and classic British beat such as The Who, Kinks, and Rolling Stones have been cited as influences, as well as The Pretty Things, The Outsiders and the Downliners Sect.
The Total Rejection
The Total Rejection: Deliver Psych energy and rock and roll thrills a plenty.
A Garage / Pop-Psych band in the real sense of the word. Their lyrics, and their mix of influences keep them from being 'retro'.
After the run-away success of their first three albums, the group are about to issue their fourth and best yet: ‘Off The Top Of Our Heads…And Other Forbidden Pleasures’ which follows hot on the heels of the raw and raucous single ‘Paul’s Eye John’s Teeth’.
The new album brings the Pop-Psych element more to the fore, while still containing some out & out Garage blasts!
As Shindig Magazine says : ‘Tough, funny, rousing, caustic and truly wigged out. It’s the new essential Garage-Psychedelic Flashpoint’.
Music for Garage Gonks, Pop-Psych-Heads, Indie-Scuzz-Freaks, Modernists & Ravers.
The SinicTones are a Bristol-based power trio with fuzz-riffed guitars, driving ear-candy bass lines, catchy choruses and an epic live performance.
They are the originators of Psycho Surf Noir, combining frantic surf drums with classic spy beat guitar riffs and Film Noir, B-Movie and Femme Fatale vocal themes.
This aint no cheesy west coast summertime California groove...It's cheesy chips on the pier at Weston Super-Mare in December...
It's surf, but not as you know it !