wych elm

  • Date: Wed 4th May 2022
  • Doors Open: 7:00 pm
  • Supported By: Sobscene + Flytrap
  • On Sale: Postponed
  • * Sorry, this event has been postponed
Our upcoming show with wych elm is unfortunately rescheduled due to health reasons. A new date will follow soon so keep hold of your tickets as they’ll remain valid for the new date.
Statement from the band below:
We’re really sorry but due to health reasons we’re having to postpone our headline shows in April and May. Being on the road for extended periods of time just isn’t possible at the moment with those health issues. We will still be appearing at tredfest, get together festival, a stones throw festival and supporting Thumper at Le Pub in Newport as these are more manageable at the moment. We’re working on new dates for the headline shows as we speak and we’ll have information on those very soon so please keep hold of your tickets. Thank you to everyone who has bought one already.


Hot on the heels of supporting IDLES on their sold out show at Brixton Academy and the release of their second EP, Rabbit Wench, wych elm have today announced their first headline tour for April and May 2022. In addition to already announced appearances at Glastonbury Calling, Tredfest and 2000trees they will join the line up at Get Together Festival in Sheffield on Sunday 1st May alongside headliners Squid, Confidence Man and The Murder Capital. They will also headline shows at Heartbreakers in Southampton, YES in Manchester, The Bodega in Nottingham, The Sebright Arms in London and Strange Brew in Bristol.


The band released their second EP ‘Rabbit Wench’ in September 2021 with the singles ‘Scolds Bridle’ and ‘Executioner’ receiving enthustiastic support from Jack Saunders on Radio 1, Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music, John Kennedy on Radio X and KEXP in the US. The EP was well received pushing their total streams to over 2 million on Spotify.


Closing 2021 with a sold out headline show at Bristol’s The Louisiana off the back of the EP release and supporting on a run of shows with Crystal Palace two piece JOHN in October, the band have spent the last few years building an excited following with their macabre tinged, grungey indie rock.

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