Healthy Junkies, Pulverise, Loz Campbell & Lori

Fri 08th March 2019
@ Warehouse23 - Wakefield

Join us for what will be an ace night of rock music brought to you by female fronted bands from all around the country! It will also be a celebration for John Jowett’s (photographers) big birthday!

Tickets £8 – https://www.seetickets.com/event/healthy-junkies/warehouse23/1304228

Healthy Junkies:

Healthy Junkies – www.facebook.com/healthyjunkiesband
Punk Rock / Grunge / Psychedelic phenomenon Healthy Junkies continue on their quest to stimulate and celebrate the great rock’n’roll lifestyle. Promoting their 4th studio album out now on Cargo Records, they will be performing new songs off the album along with old faves in their own unique way. Expect melodic chaos and theatrical mayhem…

Pulverise:

We are a high energy, partycore, rap metal, groove band who are tearing the scene a new one! We’re based in Leeds, UK and gig all over, spreading our infectious energy, party core vibes, positivity, passion, head banging riffs and booty shakin’ grooves. Listen! – youtu.be/kBBjyUwATeU

Loz Campbell:

Described as “a young PJ Harvey”. Loz Campbell & her band have been launched onto various O2 Academy stages (Sheffield & Leeds) after the success of the debut album “Green Eyes”. Loz & her band continue to play their music all over the country to various audiences, keeping rock alive!

“Styling out through bluesy riffage and soulful vocals that seem to be channelled way beyond Loz’s years. She writes engaging songs that flow through rock, pop, folk and straight up good vibes and heartbreaking times. One to watch!” Matthew Bradshaw

Lori (Weekend Recovery):

Furious guitar riffs and all consuming vocals swiftly engulf you as you are unapologetically swept up amongst an electrical infused wave of poker-faced furore. As the band have continued to grow and improve since inception, they have caught the ears of many industry leading blogs, leading them to be championed by the likes of Louder Than War, who premiered their album ‘Get What You Came For’. Whilst also being reviewed by the likes of NME, Cat On The Wall, Get In Her Ears, Music Glue and being recommended by Abbie McCarthy on BBC Introducing in Kent, Planet Rock, Radio X, Amazing Radio and Kerrang!