Here's the details for the next Twee As F... night on Friday 14 August.
The Noughts & Crosses Band
The Half Sisters
Sean Fortuna Pop!
Twee as F... DJs
Free summery cupcakes!
The Buffalo Bar, 259 Upper Street, N1 London (opposite Highbury and Islington tube)
If any DiSers fancy being on the cheap £3 list, please PM me and I'll add you to the list.
Hope to see you there! Here’s some more details about the bands:
Pocketbooks are a pop band from London, combining melodic boy/girl harmonies, spiralling guitars and delicate piano lines. Expect a sprinkling of dazzling 60s soul alongside some sparkling indiepop charm! Their debut album, Flight Paths, was released by How Does It Feel To Be Loved? in July 2009, and this is possibly the last chance to see them in London for a little while.
THE NOUGHTS AND CROSSES BAND
Kinda countrified pop with recorders and marching drums and a flugelhorn. The Noughts & Crosses Band started playing shows in the summer of 2008 and since then have supported acts such as The Pipettes, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin and Pelle Carlberg. Welcomed with open arms by indie-popsters, the band have become mainstays at hip London club nights: Twee as F**k, Goo Nite and How Does it Feel to be Loved?
THE HALF SISTERS
The busking queens of Brighton! Ukulele, flute, jazz drums and beautiful vocal harmonies breathes fresh air of new, young talent in an age where computer puke and synth rock dominate the charts. The band will be playing at the Green Man festival and Beachdown festival later this year.
Isabelle, Anna and Rachael play achingly pretty songs using out-of-tune guitars and combining odd and wonderful harmonies. Their first EP will be available soon, and in the meantime you can catch them busking their curious songs and unique covers around the streets of Norwich.