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Full Pelt presents

Swine Tax + The Klittens + No Teeth + New Horror

Fri 26 July 2019 // 19:00 / Venue Space

Tickets: £3 Advance / £6 On the door

Fresh back from their European tour, Swine Tax return to S&S to celebrate releasing their new single GRAND PR|IX (26/7/19). We're thrilled to showcase a fantastic blockbuster night of four thriling alternative rock bands.


Blending visceral college-rock with angular post-punk, Swine Tax have established themselves as a formidable and distinctive band across their diverse catalog of single releases. Their acerbic yet melodic approach has earned the backing of many tastemakers, including Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson at BBC Radio 6 Music. Don't miss out on what is sure to be a highly-charged and memorable performance.

-Listen to 'I'd Like': https://youtu.be/HzCkGpZ9KUY



Garage-punk from Amsterdam. The Klittens are dark as well as fun. Fuzzy chords, nasty riffs, chilly vocals and rough rhythms. Born out of the vibrant Dutch guitar scene, this captivating five-piece make songs about midnight endeavors, existential depressions and grandmas. Make sure you get down and get your hands on their home-made Klittens merch (unisex socks, shirts and granny panties)!

-Listen to 'Bleeding Gums': https://youtu.be/KZlM4E7oGmQ


:: NO TEETH ::

Noise-rock from Newcastle upon Tyne. No Teeth are without doubt one of the most electrifying and inventive bands to come out of the North East in recent years. This scuzzy sextet continue to garner praise and hoards of new fans with their unique blend of noise-rock, post-punk and nihilistic rock & roll. Prepare for another scintillating performance.

-Listen to '1930s Graphic Design Menopause': https://youtu.be/VGkUYERpRpk



New wave and post-punk from the North East. This elusive four-piece have built a stellar reputation on the back of some highly-acclaimed live performances. Their involvement with the soft verse record label and myriad other creative projects, demonstrates a group that are buzzing with artistic energy. Essential listening.

- Listen to 'Dark Fruit': http://newhorror.bandcamp.com/track/dark-fruit-make-yourself-useful