229 Presents: The Young Hearts & Bellevue Days

229 Venue 2, London.

229 Presents: The Young Hearts & Bellevue Days

Doors 7pm  |  14+. Under 16's must be accompanied with an adult. Valid ID required.

The venue operates a challenge 25 policy. 

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The Young Hearts

Recently toured with Junior, Bellevue Days, Coast To Coast and many more. Recent EP was featured in Kerrang’s ‘Top 10 Pop Punk Releases of 2017’

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Bellevue Days

Bellevue Days, a four piece sludge pop/ alt rock band from Croydon.

“Probably my favourite band band in the whole world” - Alex Baker - Kerrang

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Enter Wolverhampton’s Dearist. From this sleepy midland town comes a modern British take the likes of American pioneers like Taking Back Sunday, Rival Schools, and Thursday. While a phrase as broad as emo doesn’t quite encapsulate the scope of the band’s sound – to describe it as “emotional” would be selling it short. Rather, this is truly emotive and dynamic rock music with an anxious intensity that bubbles below the surface — a sense of suburban unrest that brushes uneasily up against the sprawling of concrete and the claustrophobia of modern inner-city life. On Sonder, we witness the band exploring the simple, yet profound realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as our own.

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The Youts

From the suburbs of London, The Youts are a four piece with an inspired mix of Indie and Punk rock that has been making movements in the city's unsigned scene. With a live show that has been described as 'rammed with enthusiasm, fervour and a willingness to make sure everyone in the room is dancing hard into the night' the band are hard to forget after you've seen them. The Youts' self-released debut EP 'Orange Eye' appeared mid 2017 which gained immediate attention from BBC Introducing leading to a featured Artist Of The Week spot on BBC Radio London. 2018 has seen the band release a string of singles throughout the year whilst also having their international debut headlining in Paris in September. The band can be heard taking influences from Arctic Monkeys, FIDLAR, Blur and QOTSA.

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