Sat 20 November
|Time||8:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
Riotous live shows are IDestroy’s calling card. Since forming in 2015, the trio, who met as students in Bristol, have played more than 300 gigs across the UK, Europe and Asia, selling out shows in South Korea and multiple tours in Germany.
IDestroy’s debut album We Are Girls was released February 2021. Rife with swearing and sarcasm and steeped in camaraderie and attitude, We Are Girls is a party-punk album which reflects the energy and chaos of their live shows. Dig deeper, however, and there’s sharp commentary in its ten spiky songs, from the ‘hands-off’ warning of punchy lead single Petting Zoo to the title track’s ire at the obstacles faced by female musicians.
We Are Girls has received high praise from publications such as The Sunday Times, The Daily Mirror, Classic Rock and countless others. Radio play is rapidly gaining traction too, with airplay from Jack Saunders (BBC Radio 1), Steve Lamacq (BBC Radio 6 Music), Amy Lamé (BBC Radio 6 Music), Janice Long (BBC Radio Wales), Frank Skinner (Absolute Radio) alongside continued support and playlisting from Radio X, Ireland’s RTÉ 2fm and US station Sirius XM. The album’s title track also featured on Spotify’s editorial PRIDE playlist in collaboration with Punka.
Following the easing of lockdown, IDestroy have returned to the stage and have already headlined the reopening night of Bristol’s iconic venue The Fleece and played packed out shows in Bristol, Brighton and Southampton. The band are back with a bang and doing what they love most – performing live.
“Catchy choruses, caustic wit and clever production that captures their ferocious live sound” – The Sunday Times
+ SUPPORT FROM ROBYNNE CALVERT
This is a standing show with limited seating available.
– Seating arrangements are subject to change due to changes in social distancing regulations.
– Please support the return of live events by taking a lateral flow test before attending.
– We support and recommend the use of face coverings by staff and attendees. This is a personal decision and not mandatory, but we ask everyone to respect the choice made by others.
– Do not attend the event if you are displaying Covid-19 symptoms, have tested positive, or have been a close contact of someone who is infected and are required to self isolate.