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'To describe this as merely a gig would be an understatement, it’s an experience, a shared exhilarating experience.'
'I was left overwhelmed, buzzing with excitement (and slightly disappointed that I hadn’t said to myself ‘fuck it, I’m not reviewing this, I want to be part of it’ and plunged into the moshing crowd)'
'I miss gigs like these, I miss that madness, that group madness, that a band who truly connect with their audience can generate.'
'You need to go and see Fudge play, you must go and see Fudge play, if you want to see a band who generate that energy, that excitement, go and see them as soon as you can.'
'Treading their own path, without caring a flying fuck what people think of it.'
'In terms of energy it was like witnessing a hand grenade detonate in a bin'
'Christ The Redeemer in an Adidas track jacket'
'Tight, driving and ferocious riffs combined with aggressive vocals fuel banger after banger'
'At times I had to abandon my fellow editor Beth just because I wanted to throw myself around in the mosh pits. I have zero shame about that.'
“Crowd surfing, mosh pits, lots of sweary banter and a band who have the kind of cocky attitude that will probably have as many people hating them as love them.”
FUDGE. are the catalyst between you and a good time. Be ready to wrap your ears around funky verses and a riot of stomping riffs that will have you moshing, with their explosive live performance.
“Making waves wherever they go. Combining the intensity of Radiohead with effects laden guitars and occasional bursts of noise, they're definitely ones to watch out for” - Drowned in Sound
“They have a whirlwind of influences which can leave you wonderfully stunned' – GIGsoup
“Have crafted a sound that sounds like a band years into their career - definitely one to look out for.” - Mind Noise Network
Tipped as ‘ones to watch’ by Alan Raw (BBC Intro), who’s stage they appeared on at Reading and Leeds Festival 2018.
These Leeds based slacker rockers were the headline band at Indie Week Festival in Toronto, and have appeared at Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City
'A band to watch, they really are that good' - Local Sound Focus
'Quite frankly upsetting' - Lucy's Music Blog
'My kids love it' - Mother of 4 from Armley
A Leeds group formed in 2016, who know their way around their instruments and are not afraid to use catchy hooks as a blunt instrument to beat their audience till they bop. Their dark lyricism which is 'quite frankly upsetting' (Lucy's Music blog), couples with joyous music to give them a stand out quality.
£7 Adv from Crash Records, Skiddle, or bands. £9 OTD. 16+ event.