DHP presents:

Leeches

The Louisiana, Bristol, GB

£8adv
Entry Requirements: 16+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
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LEECHES are a bunch of desperate, bubbly individuals who've been hurt before and won't suffer fools gladly. Interests include embroidery, nights in by the fire, long walks and debauchery.

Formed in the depths of Dorset in the pre-summer haze of 2016, LEECHES are bringing infectious pop hooks to fuzzy alt-rock - a match made in heaven some might say. Their debut EP, ’Strange Bonds’ was released in early 2017 via Leisure Records to widespread critical acclaim, with the follow up EP ‘WATUSI’ seeing release less than a year later in the early moments of 2018. Both EP’s represent is a trip through duo's thoughts and whimsy - mixing moments of tender reflection with pop hooks and psych-riffs.

Since the success of their releases, the band have gone from strength to strength - headlining raucous shows in London, Bournemouth, Southampton & their adopted home of Bristol, whilst also supporting the likes of Sunflower Bean, Sorry, Spring King, Kagoule, Skegss, Skinny Girl Diet, Ulrika Spacek, GANG and many more. LEECHES also emerged victorious at the Bestival ‘Invaders of the Future’ competition in early 2017, and subsequently wowed the audience in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Their live presence has been felt by many, despite being such a relatively young band - featuring pop songs at lightning speed, alongside heady psychedelic jams showing off their musical prowess.

SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER

THE LOUISIANA Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 6UA Doors 7.30pm Ages 16+ (under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)

Advance tickets available from: www.alttickets.com www.gigantic.com www.bristolticketshop.co.uk

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LEECHES are a bunch of desperate, bubbly individuals who've been hurt before and won't suffer fools gladly. Interests include embroidery, nights in by the fire, long walks and debauchery. Formed in the depths of Dorset in the pre-summer haze of 2016, LEECHES are bringing infectious pop hooks to fuzzy alt-rock - a match made in heaven some might say. Their debut EP, ’Strange Bonds’ was released in early 2017 via Leisure Records to widespread critical acclaim, with the follow up EP ‘WATUSI’ seeing release less than a year later in the early moments of 2018. Both EP’s represent is a trip through duo's thoughts and whimsy - mixing moments of tender reflection with pop hooks and psych-riffs. Since the success of their releases, the band have gone from strength to strength - headlining raucous shows in London, Bournemouth, Southampton & their adopted home of Bristol, whilst also supporting the likes of Sunflower Bean, Sorry, Spring King, Kagoule, Skegss, Skinny Girl Diet, Ulrika Spacek, GANG and many more. LEECHES also emerged victorious at the Bestival ‘Invaders of the Future’ competition in early 2017, and subsequently wowed the audience in the early hours of Saturday morning. Their live presence has been felt by many, despite being such a relatively young band - featuring pop songs at lightning speed, alongside heady psychedelic jams showing off their musical prowess.LEECHES are a bunch of desperate, bubbly individuals who've been hurt before and won't suffer fools gladly. Interests include embroidery, nights in by the fire, long walks and debauchery. Formed in the depths of Dorset in the pre-summer haze of 2016, LEECHES are bringing infectious pop hooks to fuzzy alt-rock - a match made in heaven some might say. Their debut EP, ’Strange Bonds’ was released in early 2017 via Leisure Records to widespread critical acclaim, with the follow up EP ‘WATUSI’ seeing release less than a year later in the early moments of 2018. Both EP’s represent is a trip through duo's thoughts and whimsy - mixing moments of tender reflection with pop hooks and psych-riffs. Since the success of their releases, the band have gone from strength to strength - headlining raucous shows in London, Bournemouth, Southampton & their adopted home of Bristol, whilst also supporting the likes of Sunflower Bean, Sorry, Spring King, Kagoule, Skegss, Skinny Girl Diet, Ulrika Spacek, GANG and many more. LEECHES also emerged victorious at the Bestival ‘Invaders of the Future’ competition in early 2017, and subsequently wowed the audience in the early hours of Saturday morning. Their live presence has been felt by many, despite being such a relatively young band - featuring pop songs at lightning speed, alongside heady psychedelic jams showing off their musical prowess.

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