Reinvigorated South London post-punks BAND OF HOLY JOY return to their old stamping ground for an intimate show in April.
The band, still fronted by charismatic Newcastle iconoclast Johny Brown, celebrated one of the most successful of their 33 years in 2017 with high profile dates around the release of their widely acclaimed new album Funambulist We Love You.
The band return to play The Ivy House in Nunhead on Friday 6 April, with support from QUARTERLIGHT, the current band from PENETRATION co-founder Gary Chaplin, and atmospheric art-punks PENDENNIS. MC for the evening will be DOCTORS OF MADNESS frontman Richard Strange.
Brown promises, "A night of beastly beatitude and other sonic deviances at the Ivy House, London's first co-operatively owned pub with the best back room and stage in London. Come and join us for some good old bohemian beatnik post-punk kicks..."
Tickets are on sale here.
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