Easy Kill Fly In To The Moth Club!
8th August 2017
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** EASY KILL FLY INTO THE MOTH CLUB ON OCTOBER 3RD! **
** DOOM-POP EXPERTS LAUNCH DEBUT ‘MELANSCHOLAR’ ALBUM! **

Manchester’s careful exponents of semi-ironic ‘doom pop’, Easy Kill, play a special show at The Moth Club in that there Hackney Village on Tuesday October 3rd. The ever-curious quintet headlined The Lexington in the summer to launch the ‘Phantom Pain’ single. This time around they are marching down the M6 in hot pursuit of their debut ‘Melanscholar’ album, out on fierce panda on September 22nd and available to order from goo.gl/WK1s18 right now. Excellent support comes from National Service + The Talk Show, as per this hoopla here...

Club Fandango, Disorder & fierce panda present:
EASY KILL
+ NATIONAL SERVICE
+ THE TALK SHOW
LONDON HACKNEY MOTH CLUB
(Old Trades Hall, Valette Street, E9 6NU)
TUESDAY OCTOBER 3RD 2017
Tickets £6 ADV:
DICE: https://dice.fm/event/easy-kill-album-launch-show-3rd-oct-moth-club-london-tickets
We Got Tickets: www.wegottickets.com/event/412893
SEE Tickets: www.seetickets.com/event/easy-kill/moth-club/1135880

Event Page: www.facebook.com/events/113803169280159

EASY KILL (onstage 9.45pm) Fans of the spectral and the gently spectacular will take Easy Kill to their hearts as their lovingly-layered sound floats somewhere between the previous esoteric achings of Talk Talk and the modern dramatics of Foals and Alt-J. Somewhat fittingly then, the narrative arc of their new sublimely maudlin ‘Melanscholar’ album concerns itself with a character left in limbo betwixt here and the afterlife, the ghost lost in the machine. You can get a special gig ticket and ‘Melanscholar’ CD bundle for £12.00 from http://www.fiercepanda.co.uk/shop.php?release=565 right now. www.facebook.com/easykillband

NATIONAL SERVICE (onstage 8.45pm) are an intense quartet from Northern London who recently launched their second single ‘Timid Kisses’, an urgent, restless guitar track that couples the quartet’s signature baritone vocal with hypnotic, unrelenting drums. While the tender lyric recalls the fond memory of a love lost, the claustrophobia in the music points towards a more forlorn nostalgia. The song ascends to its frantic climax, ruminating on what is now and what could have been. www.facebook.com/nationalservicemusic

THE TALK SHOW (onstage 8.00pm) are a fresh-faced quartet from both Manchester and Southern London who make excellently jagged artrocking noises which makes is think of Shambeko! Say Wah! or The Cure if they’d signed to Factory Records in 1979, perhaps. www.facebook.com/thetalkshowband

www.clubfandango.co.uk
www.fiercepanda.co.uk
www.mothclub.co.uk

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