LibraLibra

Thu Apr 8 2021

7:30 PM - 11:00 PM

The Waiting Room

175 Stoke Newington High Street London N16 0LH

£7.00

Ages 18+

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LibaLibra

“One of the most compelling tracks you’ll hear this year, tropical dystopia!” – BBC Introducing

"LibraLibra come out all guns blazing... wonderful" – The 405

Adventurous beats and lairy, garage punk-infiltrated guitars; vocals that veer from searing emotional drama to camp self-parody; frenetic experimentation with pristine pop hooks – it may be impossible to pin a genre on LibraLibra, but it’s not hard to pinpoint the feeling that permeates their shows. The feeling that, whatever you’re feeling, it’s ok. It’s enough. You’re enough. You are ok.

LibraLibra’s emphatic sound and liberating ethos have inspired an ardent community of fans, as well as pricking up ears in high places: invited into the studio by Idles producer SPACE to develop the their debut EP (launching early 2020), they were also recruited by the iconic Psychic TV to open for them at a sold-out Heaven in London. Other rapturously-received sets include the Victorious festival main stage, Liverpool Sound City, and support for Flamingods and fellow DIY hellraisers ILL and Sœur. Having honed her skills on major stages as part of Simon Raymonde’s Lost Horizons, among other projects, magnetic frontwoman and breathtaking vocalist Beth Cannon leads LibraLibra from spiky, garage punk-laced alternative pop bangers through to guttural, kohl-smudged new romantic balladry.

Fizzing with character and colour, LibraLibra’s videos and immersive DIY events put the cherry on an all-encompassing AV world in which serious and sincere sentiment packs all the more impact via a dose of humour and an unashamed trash-pop sensibility.

CLUB.THE.MAMMOTH. Presents
LibraLibra

  • LibraLibra

    LibraLibra

    Pop Rock

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    Punk

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CLUB.THE.MAMMOTH. Presents

LibraLibra

Thu Apr 8 2021 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM

The Waiting Room London
LibraLibra

£7.00 Ages 18+

LibraLibra
libralibra.co.uk
 
Ġenn
instagram.com/genntheband


LibaLibra

“One of the most compelling tracks you’ll hear this year, tropical dystopia!” – BBC Introducing

"LibraLibra come out all guns blazing... wonderful" – The 405

Adventurous beats and lairy, garage punk-infiltrated guitars; vocals that veer from searing emotional drama to camp self-parody; frenetic experimentation with pristine pop hooks – it may be impossible to pin a genre on LibraLibra, but it’s not hard to pinpoint the feeling that permeates their shows. The feeling that, whatever you’re feeling, it’s ok. It’s enough. You’re enough. You are ok.

LibraLibra’s emphatic sound and liberating ethos have inspired an ardent community of fans, as well as pricking up ears in high places: invited into the studio by Idles producer SPACE to develop the their debut EP (launching early 2020), they were also recruited by the iconic Psychic TV to open for them at a sold-out Heaven in London. Other rapturously-received sets include the Victorious festival main stage, Liverpool Sound City, and support for Flamingods and fellow DIY hellraisers ILL and Sœur. Having honed her skills on major stages as part of Simon Raymonde’s Lost Horizons, among other projects, magnetic frontwoman and breathtaking vocalist Beth Cannon leads LibraLibra from spiky, garage punk-laced alternative pop bangers through to guttural, kohl-smudged new romantic balladry.

Fizzing with character and colour, LibraLibra’s videos and immersive DIY events put the cherry on an all-encompassing AV world in which serious and sincere sentiment packs all the more impact via a dose of humour and an unashamed trash-pop sensibility.

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Ages 18+
limit 8 per person
General Admission
£7.00 (£6.00 + £1.00 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

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UK Post

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.