31 August 2014
We played together for the first time tonight since last years Fort Perch Rocks. Due to unforeseen circumstances Ray has been unable to drum so we've had a little shift around. Rich is now on drums and new member Stu Morris (pictured left) has been brought in on bass. Stu is a long time friend and fan of the band and said he can't wait to "steg it up".
We wish Ray all the best and hope he's back playing soon.
24 August 2013
The opening night of this years Fort Perch Rocks festival in New Brighton was hosted by The Core and Antipop Records. We were lucky enough to be asked to open the night and although the turn out wasn't great that early on, a fine half hour set was to be played including a rare outing for the steg rock classic Scum Bucket Lover, which climaxed in an anarchistic guitar smash from Mr Glen Eagle. The guitar was later burned in a kind of pagan rock ritual.
By means of a link you can watch a video of this song right here. And below are some images from the night.
16 August 2013
We'll be playing at this years Fort Perch Rocks festival in New Brighton on Friday 23rd August at 7.15pm. We're opening the night hosted by Antipop Records & The Core, other bands on are ESK, Kusanagi, Zebedy, Super Fast Girlie Show and Alpha Male Tea Party. Tickets are £6 or its £7.50 on the door. Get your tickets from Si Barker here.
For more information on the whole bank holiday weekend look here.
14 June 2013
As Glassfire closed down a few days before Oxjam, the Popcorn were moved to The Ship Inn, which turned out to be a really great venue. Fallen Industries tended to the sound again, but were forced by the landlord to turn us down, with which we accordingly turned it back up. Grab yerselves a copy of the gig right here.
Thanks to everyone who showed up, if you want to see a vid from the gig look here.
20 April 2013
7 April 2013
17 March 2013
29 May 2012
27 May 2012
13 May 2012
We'll be playing at this years OXJAM Music Festival in Hoylake on the 26th May. We're on at 3pm in Glassfire.
It's all for a good cause, Oxfam and the Candice Colley Foundation. It should be a really good day.