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Stand With Survivors was held on Sunday 11 March at The Old Blue Last supporting Rape Crisis UK, a charity dedicated to helping women and girls who have been victims of rape and sexual abuse.

The Norwich-based Peach Club – four riot grrrls who are also proud gender equality activists – opened with an intense live set, shouting a loud and clear message that’s hard to forget.

 

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Nova Twins appeared as special guests, upping the level of the gig with every song played. Seeing Amy Love’s refined body language and expressive facial mimicry on stage is always an extra. Add in Georgia South’s massive bass hits along with their longtime drummer Tim Nugent and the show really flew.

 

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Find out more about Rape Crises UK:

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Stay in touch with Peach Club here:

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Stay in touch with Nova Twins here:

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All photos by Andras Paul:

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