Iconic South London post-punks BAND OF HOLY JOY sweep out the old and ring in the new with a pair of shows either side of the New Year.
The hugely influential band, first formed in New Cross by transplanted Geordie, Johny Brown in 1984, have had a bit of a rebirth in recent years with a brace of widely acclaimed albums - 2017's Funambulist We Love You and this year's Neon Primitives, both through the Tiny Global label, as well as playing numerous shows, including dates with DOCTORS OF MADNESS . They're currently in the studio working on new material.
The band head down to Brighton on Sunday 29 December for a show at The Prince Albert, with support from ASBO DEREK. Tickets are available here.
Then it's into the New Year with a special Pennyblackmusic show at The Water Rats, London on Friday 17 January. They'll be joined by MOON UNDER WATER and DREAM MAPS. Tickets are on sale here.