- 09 December 2017 / 19:00
- 10 December 2017 / 00:00
- The Five Bells
- 155 New Cross Road, 155 New Cross Road, London , SE14 5DJ
Table Scraps // Peeping Drexels // HUSSY // Human Pet - Permanent Creeps
22 / November / 2017GET TICKETS
Table Scraps hail from Birmingham and are easily one of our favourite bands in the UK right now! Playing "black-hearted garage punk which fully embraces the good, the bad and the ugly of rock’n’roll’s twisted lineage and various mutations"
The band’s entire output is produced by themselves in-house and their no-compromise approach, having spawned a string of well-received 7” singles.
The trio have more than held their own alongside Fat White Family, IDLES and Yak, as well as being hand-picked to open for The Stranglers, Buzzcocks and The Gories. Joe Talbot, frontman of IDLES was so impressed by the band that he recently span ‘My Obsession’ whilst sitting in for Steve Lamacq’s BBC 6 Music Recommends show. Huw Stephens followed suit and also played the track a week later on Radio 1. They are now pleased to announce the new single ‘Sick Of Me’, which has already been highlighted by the likes of Tom Ravenscroft on BBC 6 Music as well as John Kennedy on Radio X.
Firm favourites here at Permanent Creeps Club, we're more than a little excited to have Peckhams Peeping Drexels back on a bill!
Having caused a stir with their debut release 'Kiss me in my greasy bed' and already played with the likes of Phobophobes, Goat Girl, Vulgarians, LICE, Yowl, Hotel Lux, Sweaty Palms, Beachtape and Bo Gritz (to name but a few), Peeping Drexels are fast becoming one of London's most exciting prospects!
“The South Londoners swerve a pendulum between nasty fuzz and sweet, open-ended restraint. Like Warpaint trading blows with early Parquet Courts, there’s a divine interplay between two distinct worlds.” - DIY
Forming in early 2016, London based three piece Human Pet have become one of the most exciting live bands to emerge from the DIY punk scene. Catching the attention of indie labels and promotors such as Bad Vibrations, Night Terrors, FLUFFER RECORDS and Strong Island Recordings, this band is one not to miss.