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Brain Food EP Launch Party

The Night Owl, Lower Trinity Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4AG

14 March 2020 - 14 March 2020

| Doors open: 20:30

| Event ends: 23:00

Age restriction: 18 and over

| Dress code: None


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Saturday 14th March

The Night Owl Presents

Brain Food EP launch party

Doors 8.30pm

Brain Food are a four piece cosmic psych outfit from Birmingham.

The band is comprised of Liam McKeown (guitar and vocals) Jakob Edge (guitar), William Scarrott (bass) and Connor Doyle (drums). Forming in 2017, the band have been making waves with their energetic, spaced out and shimmering live set. They've supported the likes of Boy Azooga, Franie and the Witch Fingers, Dead Coast and more. 

"It's a crawling, slip sliding psych ride through bends of gooey riffs that creep around corners, shape shifting through changing tempos, narrating a controlling a cosmic trip through the very core of your being." - Counteract

With support from Cave Girl

With a twist of the hip and kick of the flares, Cave Girl took those 80s inflections and ran away with them at full speed. Frontman Ed Quigley emphasised the 80s/Bowie glam that seeped through each heavy bass line and western twangs, whilst their debut single oozed psychedelic sophistication. All before quaking into a cosmic catapult of a glam and rock & roll eruption with high kicks, guitar tricks and more (which is the least you should expect from a frontman who's also a magician.)

Exhaler

'A strange but incredibly brilliant mash up of Indie, Stoner, Punk, Psych and Noise.'
- Guava Magazine

Tickets £6 advance, more on the door, NHS and Independent Birmingham discount available.

Tickets include entry to Dig? Club night after.

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