Our favourite hardcore punks Scout Leader are heading a fundraiser at the Map Studio Cafe on 12 April for the Helen Bamber Foundation, which works with refugees and asylum seekers. Support to be confirmed, with all proceeds to the charity.
The Franklys will be launching their new EP ‘Framed’ at The Finsbury Pub on Thursday 11 April. Get there early for Noise Noir kicking off the show, with additional support from Suggested Friends.
M.I.C. is part of a major night of underground rap at Folklore on Wednesday 10 April. Hosted by 237, tickets are already sold out, but keep an eye on your usual channels for any that are going spare.
Tickets might also be an issue for this one, as the tediously-named-but-actually-quite-good Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs continue their tour. This week’s gigs include Norwich, Cambridge, Oxford, Nottingham, Leicester, Preston and Chester, with limited availability across the board.
With their new album out on 12 April, Fontaines D.C. are taking to the road. See them in Bristol, Leeds, Manchester or Glasgow this week.
The Shacklewell Arms is hosting its first Queer Band All-Dayer on 13 April. A range of acts will be taking to the stage including Deep Tan, Meggie Brown and Lucia Blake. All for free, too.
WED 10 APR / M.I.C. @ Folklore – London
THU 11 APR / Noise Noir @ The Finsbury – London
FRI 12 APR / Scout Leader @ Map Studio Cafe – London
SAT 13 APR / Queer Band All-Dayer @ The Shacklewell Arms – London
SAT 14 APR / Pigs pigs pigs pigs pigs pigs pigs @ Live Rooms – Chester
SUN 14 APR / Fontaines D.C. @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut – Glasgow