13th February 2017 Artist Profile »
* FORWARD MARCH! NATIONAL SERVICE SERVE THEIR NATION! *
* BIRTHDAYS HEADLINE SHOW ACCOUNCED FOR FEBRUARY 25TH! *
* OH SISTER + FLOOD FOR THE FAMINE BRING THE ICED GEMS IN SUPPORT! *
The excellently-named NATIONAL SERVICE are a four piece unit from the wilds of the west now camped in North London. In January 2017 they fired out their first release as part of fierce panda's singles club. It's called �A Little More Time', and a crackingly compelling debut it is, too. To celebrate the release of 'A Little More Time' National Service march into this special launch party here:
Club Fandango, Disorder and fierce panda present:
+ OH SISTER
+ FLOOD FOR THE FAMINE
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25TH 2017
LONDON DALSTON BIRTHDAYS
33-35 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BJ
advance £5.00 tickets on sale now at www.wegottickets.com/event/387547
facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/585761788299279/
NATIONAL SERVICE (onstage 9.15pm) In spite of being barely a handful of gigs old from their top secret rehearsal cupboard (in Fortress Studios, Old Street) National Service create tense, tersely modern alt.rock nuggets which nod at the buoyancy of Wild Beasts and the restlessness of Radiohead while bursting into manic sonic life at the most unexpected moments. �A Little More Time' encapsulates that driving belligerence perfectly, revelling in the quartet's honest vocals, dense harmonies and brooding hypnotic grooves.
OH SISTER (onstage 8.30pm) Beginning with minimal electronica Sarah Berresford, better known as Oh Sister, writes moody torch songs then, she and her friends add synth, drums and dreamy harmonies.
FLOOD FOR THE FAMINE (onstage 7.45pm) is ostensibly one Alex Lindner, a songwriter / producer who writes songs and makes patterns in the air.