november, 2021

12nov7:00 pmSUPERMARKET POLICE // GLASS ROPE // WiiNK360 Club Presents...

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“Bloody hell this band are great. It’s a sort of punky raucous garage-y blast of
sound. I was, to be honest, Hooked seconds into their first song. But there’s
something that makes their songs hang together, something that is the
‘Supermarket Police’ Sound’. I am left with one simple thought. Supermarket
Police are cool, way cool.” – Local Sound Focus
Formed almost 4 years ago at music college in Leeds, Supermarket Police created a fast, catchy garage-rock sound, taking influence from bands such as Milburn and The Strokes. Since then, they have built up a reputation in the Leeds music scene, playing venues such as Lending Room, Key Club and The Hop, and often releasing new music online.
“Doing incredibly melodious things with the late 80s, early 90s Indie Jangle Pop. Their debut single “Bricktop” is much more than the assimilation of soundscapes from decades gone by. They’ve poured plenty of their own ingenuity into the effortlessly upbeat mix which has the right amount of rough around the edges to give the track the same nostalgic atmospheric appeal as bands such as R.E.M. Naturally, Glass Rope are a band well and truly worth putting on your radar” – A&R Factory
Channelling their love of late 80’s/ early 90’s classic indie pop, Glass Rope fuse the sounds of The Smiths, The Cure, Joy Division and The Stone Roses (amongst others) to craft their own brand of jangly guitar pop
They currently reside in a slug-infested house in Leeds, writing songs that hopefully feel a little different than run-of-the-mill guitar music. Since moving up from down south, the trio has been working on bringing such songs to consenting earholes, especially if said ears enjoy tunes about men made of grass, vomit and riots about South American beverages. They are currently working on their debut EP.
“It’s always an undoubtedly pleasant surprise when something comes along that just sounds so outside the box that you have no idea what to do with what you’ve just heard. That is precisely how listening to WIINK feels.” – RGM
£6 Adv: Crash Records, See Tickets, from bands. £7.50 OTD. 18+
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