Colston Hall presents:


+ RedFaces + Retro Video Club

The Louisiana, Bristol, GB

£7.75 inc BF
Entry Requirements: 16+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
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Storming The Louisiana stage for one night, three bands bring the future of rock, punk and indie (kicking and screaming) to Bristol.

Rebooting punk for a new generation, BlackWaters are raucous and full of frenetic energy. Get ready for “a right ol’ noisy mess” (Lock In Music).

Fresh from supporting Bastille and The Vaccines this summer, Retro Video Club bring “high-octane powerhouse riffs and driving percussion” (Born Music).

RedFaces are quickly becoming the ones to watch this year. With support from Steve Lamacq, Huw Stephens and NME, the Sheffield band’s “fuzzed out psychedelia, matched to crunching rock riffs…makes for something extremely addictive” (Clash).

Ages 14+ (Under 18’s to be Accompanied by an adult)

This is a standing Colston Hall Presents show at The Louisiana, Wapping Road, Bathurst Terrace, Bristol, BS1 6UA

The Louisiana Sun 21 Oct 2018 Doors: 19:30 £7.75 incl. booking fee TICKETS:

This event is supported by PRS Foundation, the UK’s leading funder of new music and talent development across all genres.

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RedFaces are an Indie/Britpop band from Sheffield/Chesterfield. They started in January 2012 and since then have been building up a back catalogue of original material containing bright melodies and tight vocal harmonies. Check us out on Soundcloud -

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Forming in 2015, Retro Video Club are a high octane Indie Rock band from Edinburgh.

In 2017, after holing up in a studio for almost a year refining their sound, their single 'Psycho' was included in both Spotify's 'Hot New Bands' and 'The Indie List' playlists.

On the live side of things, they have played a number of support slots with various bands, including We Are Scientists. Retro Video Club finished last year by playing a packed set at Glasgow’s Tenement Trail festival, a sold out headliner at Edinburgh’s Mash House and a support slot at a sold out King Tut’s in Glasgow.

2018 has them playing their first Glasgow headline show at Broadcast as part of Independent Venue Week (30/01), as well as their biggest headline show to date at Edinburgh's The Liquid Room in association with Propaganda (23/02).

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