Following swiftly on from last Saturday’s fundraiser for Bury St Edmunds Women’s Refuge (starring local bands Janet Street Slaughter, playing their last ever gig, plus Goldblume, Sam Eagle & The Lemon Lizards, Lemondaze, All We Know and Inbetween Normalities) – which raised £500.67 for the cause – we’re excited to announce that the last Washing Machine of 2017 will be headlined by about-to-go-supernova Bury power trio GAFFA TAPE SANDY!
Gaffa Tape Sandy have had an incredible year; their debut EP, ‘Spring Killing’, and follow-up single ‘Beehive’ received universal acclaim and airplay on BBC Radio 6music and Radio One; they’ve zipped furiously around the UK playing rapturously-received gigs all over the UK; in June they were handpicked by BBC Introducing to play a prestigious slot at Glastonbury Festival; and their recent, 7″ vinyl single ‘Pink Neck/Train Wreck’ completely sold-out on pre-order. They are THE must-see band of RIGHT NOW, and we are thrilled to bits to have them back!
Saturday 2nd December 2017
The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds
GAFFA TAPE SANDY with THE THINKING MEN, FICK AS FIEVES, SOPHIE MAHON and THE CURIOUS INCIDENT
For the very last Washing Machine of 2017 (and the closest we get to having a Chr*stm*s P*rty) we’re beyond excited to welcome back two of the finest white hot rock ‘n’ roll bands ever to hit the Hunter Club stage: Bury’s own Glastonbury-storming, BBC 6music/Radio One-approved garage rock trio GAFFA TAPE SANDY and Norwich’s hard-testifying gospel-punk fivesome THE THINKING MEN.Support comes from Aldeburgh indie boys FICK AS FIEVES, Stowmarket new-wave artrocker SOPHIE MAHON and hard-touring Haverhill pop-rock duo THE CURIOUS INCIDENT.