The Royal Albert Hall, LOUD WOMEN and The Quietus present post-punk band ILL in the Elgar Room, as they bring their genre-evading sounds to the Unstoppable Voices season.
With a repertoire of precarious pop songs and frequent improvised departures, ILL revel in the right to be weird, exploring the borders between the funny and sinister, the personal and political and the mundane and surreal.
Expect tracks from their latest album, We Are ILL, described as a call to action and disobedient protest in the face of passivity. The album wrestles with the personal and political issues of identity and gender, mental health, the disintegration of social services, capitalism and misogyny.
Support on the night will come from London-based five-piece Nun Habit, who’s fuzzy garage rock sound places a heavy emphasis on loud noises, pop-y tunes and having a good time.
£5 tickets are available for students, under 26s and unemployed.