29th March | Crofters Rights
29th March 2019 is a date that has been on the country’s mind for months. On that date, Britain enters a new era, and our fair land will never be the same again.
Yes, that’s right folks. On 29th March 2019, The St Pierre Snake Invasion return to the stage.
This show, billed as ‘The Brexit Punk Rock Breakdown’ (whatever a ‘Brexit’ is; must be the band’s favourite type of biscuit or something), represents the Snake Invasion’s first appearance on stage for nearly a year. For a band that has been tantalisingly poised on the verge of greatness for a while, it has seemed like an eternity.
The band’s visceral-but-listenable 2015 debut, A Hundred Years a Day, was a devastating record, full of witty lyrics, cutting social commentary, and brilliant punk riffage. It really captured the raw energy of their intense live shows in a way that very few bands manage to achieve. Now they are back, and make no mistake, 2019 could be a huge year for them. They already released a stirring new single, ‘Remystery’, in January, which really pointed to a more expansive sound for their long-awaited sophomore album, Caprice Enchanté, which will be coming soon.
With support from John E Vistic Rock ‘n’ Roll Soundsystem, rising Bristol punks Droogs, and Australia’s Blind Man Death Stare, this should be an immense night.
Don’t forget to bring some Brexits to share around. You’re gonna need the sugar.
See the video for ‘Remystery’ here: