The Louisiana, Bristol, GB
Thursday, 3 February, 2022
16 plus, under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Wet Leg have had to postpone their Independent Venue Week tour date at The Louisiana tonight. (3rd Feb)
The show has been rescheduled Friday 23rd June. All tickets remain valid for the new date. Any issues, please contact your ticket vendor.
Despite these changes, we have put together a new line up for this evening, so you all still have a show to attend! The new line-up comprises of Penelope Isles and original supports Prima Queen who will be featured on BBC 6 music. This is a separate show to the one originally planned. Come down and be part of something special, tickets here: https://www.headfirstbristol.co.uk/#date=2022-02-03&event_id=71376&event_password=7x9f41ak1s
This is a very short notice show from all involved. Whilst there is a minimum £5 entry charge to the gig, if you wish to pay more to help support the artists and venue we invite you to do so.
“Penelope Isles are centred around siblings Jack and Lily Wolter, originally from the Isle of Man, and for several years now based in Brighton. They create dynamic blissed-out moments soaked in fuzz-noise waves - their songs fragile yet ferocious. Indie-psych currents meet lustrous melodies with a blend of the sibling’s voices. To support the release of their debut album ‘Until The Tide Creeps In’ they played over 150 shows all over the world, including three tours in the USA.”
"Prima Queen are an all-female indie/alternative rock band fronted by songwriting duo and best friends Louise Macphail (Bristol, UK) and Kristin McFadden (Chicago, USA). Combining vulnerable and nostalgic story telling with light-hearted lyrical imagery, their ethereal yet gritty style draws influences from artists such as Julia Jacklin, Nilüfer Yanya and Lucy Dacus."
Show starts at 8:00pm.