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President Elect with Hungry, The Hoaxes and Jack Foz live in Finsbury Park – FREE SHOW
Gotobeat is excited to team up with the Finsbury to welcome President Elect on Thursday, June 8th.
7:30pm —> Doors
—> JACK FOZ
—> THE HOAXES
—> PRESIDENT ELECT
PRESIDENT ELECT – Indie newcomers President Elect coming off the back of their soldout headline show at Hope & Anchor. For fans of The Vaccines and The Cribs.
HUNGRY – Hungry play a chaotic bluesy punk fusion with raw energy, noisy riffs and chunky bass-lines. They’ve garnered a reputation for energetic live sets around England described as “alternately funky and blazing”, and “eccentric, neurotic and driving, backed by tight-as-you-like clipped rhythms”, and have created their recent singles to match. The band has been playing together over three years, creating a diverse sound across “Guitar Music” with influences from surf rock, 60s and 70s blues and rock, UK punk and post-punk, and bass funk.
Over the last year the bands goings-on have gotten busier. With two Manchester headline shows, features on BBC Introducing’s track of the week and best of the year, North Manchester Radio playlisting, supports in some of England’s most iconic venues, and first festival slots, looking to keep making noise all this year.
THE HOAXES – The Hoaxes are a four piece melodic rock band who stretch from all areas of London.Our style is fluid as we range from melodic rock to commercial pop and have also endeavoured into raw acoustic pop too and we always try to leave the audience stunned if we can .
JACK FOZ –
A pinch of Springsteen’s honesty
A sprinkling of Healey’s sarcasm
A heaped teaspoon of indie-rock energy
A measure of nostalgic 80s tones
A terrible haircut
A prayer that it doesn’t crash and burn
Calling England’s capital his home, Jack Foz combines thought provoking songwriting with a cheeky London charm that will either make you love him, or think he’s a pretentious knob.
Tackling serious subject matters disguised behind a veil of happy sounding indie-rock bops, Jack combines the energy of bands such as The Vaccines and Catfish And The Bottlemen with nostalgic throwback tones, that’ll make you pine for the shell-suits and hairspray of times gone by.
Teetering on a knife edge and held together by gaffer tape, the notion that it could fall apart at any point makes Jack Foz one of the most exciting up-and-coming prospects on the UK music scene today: if the wheels come off, at least it’ll be funny.