Two Piece are back at the Victoria, presenting live sets from The Black Tambourines, The Hipshakes and Wayde. Tickets £6. You'd be a fool to miss this!
The Black Tambourines
The Black Tambourines have matured musically since their first release in 2013, Freedom has a deeper sound with each track complimenting the next, showing they have found their sound and built in confidence. Many tracks show influences of The Black Keys, The Beach Boys, Smashing Pumpkins, Rolling Stones and Nirvana - gigsoupmusic
Bakewell buddies and long-running band The Hipshakes are a close-up and sweaty-sounding garage punk proposition, pitched about halfway between those modern American types and original 70’s British stuff. - Norman Records
London quartet Wayde’s debut track ‘Eleanor’ was a glorious introduction, a track we called “a collision course with the likes of Ty Segall and Pond by their side,” and, with the band reading their debut EP ‘Lucky Aide’, we’ve got the first play of their second track ‘Easy (Don’t Be Long)’.