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PONY UP presents KEG

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Landing somewhere between Dexys Midnight Runners and a jumper ready to be unravelled, Keg take pleasure in creating music which straddles chaos and knitwear. Preferring to delve into a diverse well of influences, the 7 instrumentalists that make up KEG have created, in new EP ‘Girders’, a world within a world. However, despite the feracious songs on offer, the band insist didn’t intend to “make consistently unrelenting and abrasives songs, they just ended up sounding that way.” The EP, as they say, really does go.

Keg have toured the UK extensively, bringing their enthralling live show to the masses while sharing stages with the likes of Squid and Yard Act. ‘Girders’, set for release 2nd September via Alcopop Records/BMG, was recorded and produced with Daniel Fox of Gilla Band. First single ‘Kids’ has earned the support of DIY, NME, BBC 6Music and BBC Radio 1 among others. This summer they will play Latitude, Green Man, End of The Road and a host of other festival dates.

On KEG’s debut EP ‘Assembly’ (Alcopop: 2021) the band were finding their niche amongst each other, on ‘Girders’ they’ve settled into their sound, managing to capture the live feel of the recordings while experimenting sonically in every direction.

‘Girders’ doesn’t try to hide behind anything: whether it’s the death of a loved one, the feeling of not really knowing yourself, your body slowly crumbling around your brain or a mass cull, sonically and lyrically ‘Girders’ pushes and pulls the listener all the way through.

The themes of the EP “came about quite naturally on reflection, unconsciously they all seemed to line up, perhaps with the exception of Kids which is just a nice radio friendly song about hating your offspring”

KEG are: Albert Haddenham – (vocals), Will Wiffen – (synths), Joel Whitaker – (bass)
Jules Gibbons – (guitar), Frank Lindsay – (guitar), Charlie Keen – (trombone), Jonny Pyke – (drums)

“Leave all of your clothes on and ride your stead through Golgotha with us.” – KEG

Date

Friday 03 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Norwich Arts Centre
St Benedict's Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG

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Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music PONY UP presents KEG

PONY UP presents KEG

Date

Friday 03 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Norwich Arts Centre
St Benedict's Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG

+ Pretty Terry

Landing somewhere between Dexys Midnight Runners and a jumper ready to be unravelled, Keg take pleasure in creating music which straddles chaos and knitwear. Preferring to delve into a diverse well of influences, the 7 instrumentalists that make up KEG have created, in new EP ‘Girders’, a world within a world. However, despite the feracious songs on offer, the band insist didn’t intend to “make consistently unrelenting and abrasives songs, they just ended up sounding that way.” The EP, as they say, really does go.

Keg have toured the UK extensively, bringing their enthralling live show to the masses while sharing stages with the likes of Squid and Yard Act. ‘Girders’, set for release 2nd September via Alcopop Records/BMG, was recorded and produced with Daniel Fox of Gilla Band. First single ‘Kids’ has earned the support of DIY, NME, BBC 6Music and BBC Radio 1 among others. This summer they will play Latitude, Green Man, End of The Road and a host of other festival dates.

On KEG’s debut EP ‘Assembly’ (Alcopop: 2021) the band were finding their niche amongst each other, on ‘Girders’ they’ve settled into their sound, managing to capture the live feel of the recordings while experimenting sonically in every direction.

‘Girders’ doesn’t try to hide behind anything: whether it’s the death of a loved one, the feeling of not really knowing yourself, your body slowly crumbling around your brain or a mass cull, sonically and lyrically ‘Girders’ pushes and pulls the listener all the way through.

The themes of the EP “came about quite naturally on reflection, unconsciously they all seemed to line up, perhaps with the exception of Kids which is just a nice radio friendly song about hating your offspring”

KEG are: Albert Haddenham – (vocals), Will Wiffen – (synths), Joel Whitaker – (bass)
Jules Gibbons – (guitar), Frank Lindsay – (guitar), Charlie Keen – (trombone), Jonny Pyke – (drums)

“Leave all of your clothes on and ride your stead through Golgotha with us.” – KEG

Home Events - Norwich Lanes Music PONY UP presents KEG

PONY UP presents KEG

Date

Friday 03 Nov 2023
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Norwich Arts Centre
St Benedict's Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG

+ Pretty Terry

Landing somewhere between Dexys Midnight Runners and a jumper ready to be unravelled, Keg take pleasure in creating music which straddles chaos and knitwear. Preferring to delve into a diverse well of influences, the 7 instrumentalists that make up KEG have created, in new EP ‘Girders’, a world within a world. However, despite the feracious songs on offer, the band insist didn’t intend to “make consistently unrelenting and abrasives songs, they just ended up sounding that way.” The EP, as they say, really does go.

Keg have toured the UK extensively, bringing their enthralling live show to the masses while sharing stages with the likes of Squid and Yard Act. ‘Girders’, set for release 2nd September via Alcopop Records/BMG, was recorded and produced with Daniel Fox of Gilla Band. First single ‘Kids’ has earned the support of DIY, NME, BBC 6Music and BBC Radio 1 among others. This summer they will play Latitude, Green Man, End of The Road and a host of other festival dates.

On KEG’s debut EP ‘Assembly’ (Alcopop: 2021) the band were finding their niche amongst each other, on ‘Girders’ they’ve settled into their sound, managing to capture the live feel of the recordings while experimenting sonically in every direction.

‘Girders’ doesn’t try to hide behind anything: whether it’s the death of a loved one, the feeling of not really knowing yourself, your body slowly crumbling around your brain or a mass cull, sonically and lyrically ‘Girders’ pushes and pulls the listener all the way through.

The themes of the EP “came about quite naturally on reflection, unconsciously they all seemed to line up, perhaps with the exception of Kids which is just a nice radio friendly song about hating your offspring”

KEG are: Albert Haddenham – (vocals), Will Wiffen – (synths), Joel Whitaker – (bass)
Jules Gibbons – (guitar), Frank Lindsay – (guitar), Charlie Keen – (trombone), Jonny Pyke – (drums)

“Leave all of your clothes on and ride your stead through Golgotha with us.” – KEG

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