★ UK // Garage Punk Blues
Concert / Closing Party - September 15th, 2018 h 10.00 pm - Admission 8 € inclusive of one drink
*In case of bad weather the event will take place indoor*
Bar/restaurant open at 7:00pm (happy-hour, wood-oven pizza, farinata, cocktails, beers, wine).
The Bonnevilles are shaking Northern Ireland in a way it hasn't felt since Van Morrison & Them obliterated Club Rado in 1964 and Stiff Little Fingers blew apart The Trident in 1977! The Bonnevilles don't so much play punk blues as use it as a spring board to create a completely new genre. Their new album Arrow Pierce My Heart is evidence of a band at the top of their game.
The Lurgan duo take Mississippi Hill Blues and Punk Rock and mix into their own unique dark Northern Irish Punk Blues stew.
Lead singer and guitarist Andrew McGibbon Jr had this to say to the Huffington Post when they exclusively previewed & streamed Arrow Pierce My Heart:
"We decided to write a love album, hence the title Arrow Pierce My Heart, but we aren't balladeers so it ended up littered with our usual topics - death, rising from the dead, murders, drinking, drugs, sex, revenge and more revenge, but that's ok.
Because we're Irish, which isn't so much a race of people as it is a death cult, we deal with this stuff so you don't have to and our idea of love is a dark love not the sickly sweet kind. Not so much roses and kittens but whiskey and shame, and that too is ok. We take our responsibility as the conduits of the Gods very seriously. The human experience is about sinning and failing; that's where the acid is and that's what we try to write about."
Listen to them on Spotify: