The Bohicas, Dexters, Storms and Trampolene are among some of the new acts performing at the Queen of Hoxton in London on Saturday (11.01.14).
The Bohicas, Dexters and Storms are among new acts performing at the Queen of Hoxton in London on Saturday night (11.01.14).
The bands, who are tipped for big things this year, will be joined by The Struts, The Tapestry, Trampolene and Pusher for the gig hosted by This Feeling.
The London Evening Standard newspaper have described the event as the city's ''most rock 'n' roll night out'', showcasing up-and-coming artists who have already played alongside some of the country's best live acts.
Signed to Domino Records, The Bohicas are fresh from supporting label-mates Franz Ferdinand at Ibiza Rocks and were on the bill for last year's NME Radar tour, while London's Storms have also been described as ''purveyors of indie guitar excellence''.
East Londoners Dexters are influenced by the likes of The Clash and The Jam and have been heavily backed by radio station XFM, having done over 300 gigs in the last two years, including tours with The Courteeners, The Enemy, Miles Kane and The Rifles.
The Struts - signed to Mercury Records - will release their debut album this year and will be joined by Swansea three-piece Trampolene and Manchester band Pusher at the Queen of Hoxton.
Tickets for the gig are £5 in advance, £6 before 9pm and £8 after, visit thisfeeling.co.uk.
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