Those Damn Crows + Ravenface + Sertraline + As Sirens Fall
Primordial Radio Presents a FREE charity show for Manchester Mind & The Sophie Lancaster Foundation
Primordial Radio is very proud to announce it will be holding a FREE show for Manchester Mind and The Sophie Lancaster Foundation. The show due to take place on Saturday 29th June 2019 at Rebellion, Manchester will be headlined by Those Damn Crows, one of the fastest rising new rock bands in the UK. Support will be coming from Ravenface who recently returned after a five-year break with their new album ‘Breathe Again’ hitting number 2 in the iTunes Rock Charts. Support also comes from As Sirens Fall; an eye-catching alt-rock outfit based out of West Yorkshire, England, known for their bombastic live shows and die-hard fanbase and 2018 Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses winners Sertraline.
Primordial Radio's Music Director; Pete Bailey - "Since we launched Primordial Radio in 2017 we’ve been continually amazed at the level of community support, so we’re always thinking of new ways we can best serve our community and be a force for good in the world. With that in mind, we couldn’t be happier to be able to put on a free show featuring Those Damn Crows, Sertraline and As Sirens Fall whilst also raising money for Manchester Mind and The Sophie Lancaster Foundation. It’s gonna be one hell of a night!”
Free ticket at – https://primordialradio.com/primordialpresentslive • Charity donation and Primordial membership required • Non-Primordial members can grab a free ticket by signing up for a 30-Day Free membership
Primordial Radio www.primordialradio.com Primordial Radio is a crowd-funded premium rock and metal radio station that gives members a service free from regulation and reflective of a true rock and metal environment. In 2017, Moose, Dewsbury, Pete Bailey and Engineer Mark said, “Fuck that” and decided to flip the existing radio model on its head and went on to successfully raise £150,000 from the rock and metal community to launch the station and now have over 1400+ members.
Manchester Mind https://www.manchestermind.org • Manchester Mind is a local, independent mental health charity, affiliated to the national charity Mind. • Manchester Mind's vision is of a city that promotes good mental health and that treats people with mental health issues positively, fairly and with respect. • Manchester Mind raises its own funds each year to deliver mental health services in the local community. • Manchester Mind works hard to keep support services available to 6,500 young people and adults each year, which is why your support is so important to us.
The Sophie Lancaster Foundation https://www.sophielancasterfoundation.com Following the horrific murder of Sophie Lancaster, her family wanted to ensure a lasting legacy to their beautiful, bright creative daughter and so The Sophie Lancaster Foundation was established. It became a registered charity in 2009. The aims and objectives of the Charity are as follows: • To create a lasting legacy to Sophie. • To provide educational group-works that will challenge the prejudice and intolerance towards people from alternative subcultures. • To campaign to have the UK Hate Crime legislation extended to include people from alternative subcultures or lifestyle and dress.
Rebellion, Manchester https://www.rebellion.club Founded in 2013, Rebellion is a 400+ capacity live music venue situated in the heart of Manchester City Centre. Offering a home for alternative music from around the Globe, you can expect to hear anything from Rock’N’Roll to Hip Hop, Punk to Funk, Indie to Heavy Metal – there is something for everyone.
Those Damn Crows
An eye-catching alternative rock/aggressive pop outfit based out of West Yorkshire, England, formed in 2014.
Influenced by an array of artists, the group have self-released two EPs, 2016's 'The Hospital Party' and 2018's 'Where Lost Things Go', the latter of which debuted at 43 on the iTunes Alternative Albums Chart.
Both EPs were produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Bullet For My Valentine, Twin Atlantic), and released with support from a host of outlets including Kerrang!, Rock Sound and BBC Introducing.
They have spent the time since their first release supporting countless touring artists, heading out on their own headline European tour, and making appearances at festivals like Download, Bingley Music Live, Whitby Goth Weekend and Camden Rocks.
As Sirens Fall finished 2018 with 'The My Only Ghost Tour', taking the band across the UK once again, including a date at Whitby Goth Weekend and a sold out performance supporting Wednesday 13 at The Garage in London.
As Sirens Fall's upcoming tour dates for 2019 are yet to be announced, but it is sure to be their biggest year yet.