Duke of Wolves Live at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen
We’re very pleased and excited to have Duke of Wolves as our headliners at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen this Saturday. Curating their own melodic take on alternative rock, Duke of Wolves grunt and snarl on top of their exhilarating sound that commands a response with its fully-formed and authoritative stance. Their final gig of 2017, Duke of Wolves are releasing their highly anticipated new single ‘Without A Name’ to add to their, now wealthy, collection of songs that do not disappoint.
Supported by The Wholls and White Eskimo, The Wholls are a fiery four piece who exhilarate crowds whilst sitting comfortably in the world of radio. Their industrious and powerful performances on stage are captivating audiences up and down the UK. Not to dissimilar to The Wholls, White Eskimo kill cool. Immersing their own unique style of Pop Punk with popping guitar work and infectious rhythms, White Eskimo look very much set to storm the world of music in 2018.
Taking place on the 2nd of December, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen is one of East London’s most vital small music venues, with Florence & The Machine, Foals, Grimes, Foals, Mumford & Sons, Django Django, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Lianne La Havas, Grimes, Vampire Weekend and Savages all having played the venue’s 300 capacity live room early in their careers. Taken over by the Mothership Group in December 2015, their has been a safeguard placed over the venue’s live legacy!
Tickets for this rock infested night are available at: https://goo.gl/m8A9Ai
Doors shall open at: 6.30pm, so make sure you get down early to reserve your spot as this is not a night to be missed.
Wrtitten By Ellis Shelton.