Pip Blom

Tue Apr 26 2022

7:00 PM

Islington Assembly Hall

Upper Street London N1 2UD

£17.51

Ages 16+

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To gain entry, customers will have to show their Covid status in one of the three following ways: 
  1. Proof of negative lateral flow test. Test must be taken within 24 hours prior to attending the event. 
  2. Proof of full vaccination. Second dose to be received 14 days prior to the event. 
  3. Proof of immunity due to positive PCR test within last 180 days. 10 day isolation must be completed.
A Covid pass can be obtained via the NHS App to confirm any of the above. 
 
We will also accept an NHS text or email confirmation of a negative lateral flow test. 
 
Do not bring home test strips or vaccine cards to the venue – neither of these are accepted as proof of Covid status.

Eat Your Own Ears proudly presents
Pip Blom

  • Pip Blom

    Pip Blom

    Indie Pop

    22-year-old Amsterdam-based Pip Blom started writing, recording and releasing her own indie-pop tunes with a twist in 2016. Early songs, which were simply uploaded to the internet, quickly amassed thousands and thousands of plays - prompting Pip to recruit a band and start playing them live. In stepped brother Tender Blom on backing vocals and guitar, Darek Mercks on bass and Gini Cameron on drums, with Pip herself fronting on guitar on vocals. Since, the band have played more than a hundred gigs, rising from small pubs to the european festival circuit with performances at Eurosonic Noorderslag and The Great Escape - as well as being asked by the likes of Surfer Blood, Franz Ferdinand and The Breeders to join them on their various European tours.

    The band’s energetic live show quickly pricked the ears of press and radio - with Vice’s music channel hailing Pip as ‘ready to join the ranks of 2018’s rising guitar acts', and BBC 6 Music A-listing recent singles ‘I Think I’m In Love’ and ‘Pussycat’. The station’s DJs Marc Riley hailed the former as ‘perfect pop’ with Gideon Coe branding it ‘excellent’ and, elsewhere, on the UK’s most popular music station BBC Radio One, Pip Blom performed a live session at Maida Vale for Huw Stephens. Not bad going for someone whose early ambitions were to write a few songs and upload them to the internet in case people wanted to hear them."

    Something special happened to Pip Blom at the tail end of last year. It was a busy twelve months that saw the release of her frenetic EP ‘Paycheck’, two A-Listed singles at 6 Music and support slots to the likes of The Breeders, Franz Ferdinand and Garbage. Capping that off, though, moments before stepping onstage at a sold out Lexington – the London stop-off on her debut UK headline tour – the band put pen to paper and signed to Heavenly Recordings.

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Downstairs Standing
All tickets to shows at Islington Assembly Hall are subject to a Venue Levy of £1 + VAT. As a Grade II listed building, this levy will be reinvested into Islington Assembly Hall and its services
General Admission
£17.51 (£14.50 + £3.01 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 16 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 16 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

To gain entry, customers will have to show their Covid status in one of the three following ways:

1. Proof of negative lateral flow test. Test must be taken within 24 hours prior to attending the event.
2. Proof of full vaccination. Second dose to be received 14 days prior to the event.
3. Proof of immunity due to positive PCR test within last 180 days. 10 day isolation must be completed.

A Covid pass can be obtained via the NHS App to confirm any of the above.

We will also accept an NHS text or email confirmation of a negative lateral flow test.

Do not bring home test strips or vaccine cards to the venue – neither of these are accepted as proof of Covid status.
Eat Your Own Ears proudly presents

Pip Blom

Tue Apr 26 2022 7:00 PM

Islington Assembly Hall London
Pip Blom

£17.51 Ages 16+

To gain entry, customers will have to show their Covid status in one of the three following ways: 
  1. Proof of negative lateral flow test. Test must be taken within 24 hours prior to attending the event. 
  2. Proof of full vaccination. Second dose to be received 14 days prior to the event. 
  3. Proof of immunity due to positive PCR test within last 180 days. 10 day isolation must be completed.
A Covid pass can be obtained via the NHS App to confirm any of the above. 
 
We will also accept an NHS text or email confirmation of a negative lateral flow test. 
 
Do not bring home test strips or vaccine cards to the venue – neither of these are accepted as proof of Covid status.
Pip Blom

Pip Blom

Indie Pop

22-year-old Amsterdam-based Pip Blom started writing, recording and releasing her own indie-pop tunes with a twist in 2016. Early songs, which were simply uploaded to the internet, quickly amassed thousands and thousands of plays - prompting Pip to recruit a band and start playing them live. In stepped brother Tender Blom on backing vocals and guitar, Darek Mercks on bass and Gini Cameron on drums, with Pip herself fronting on guitar on vocals. Since, the band have played more than a hundred gigs, rising from small pubs to the european festival circuit with performances at Eurosonic Noorderslag and The Great Escape - as well as being asked by the likes of Surfer Blood, Franz Ferdinand and The Breeders to join them on their various European tours.

The band’s energetic live show quickly pricked the ears of press and radio - with Vice’s music channel hailing Pip as ‘ready to join the ranks of 2018’s rising guitar acts', and BBC 6 Music A-listing recent singles ‘I Think I’m In Love’ and ‘Pussycat’. The station’s DJs Marc Riley hailed the former as ‘perfect pop’ with Gideon Coe branding it ‘excellent’ and, elsewhere, on the UK’s most popular music station BBC Radio One, Pip Blom performed a live session at Maida Vale for Huw Stephens. Not bad going for someone whose early ambitions were to write a few songs and upload them to the internet in case people wanted to hear them."

Something special happened to Pip Blom at the tail end of last year. It was a busy twelve months that saw the release of her frenetic EP ‘Paycheck’, two A-Listed singles at 6 Music and support slots to the likes of The Breeders, Franz Ferdinand and Garbage. Capping that off, though, moments before stepping onstage at a sold out Lexington – the London stop-off on her debut UK headline tour – the band put pen to paper and signed to Heavenly Recordings.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 16+
limit 8 per person
Downstairs Standing
All tickets to shows at Islington Assembly Hall are subject to a Venue Levy of £1 + VAT. As a Grade II listed building, this levy will be reinvested into Islington Assembly Hall and its services
General Admission
£17.51 (£14.50 + £3.01 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 16 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 16 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. To gain entry, customers will have to show their Covid status in one of the three following ways:

1. Proof of negative lateral flow test. Test must be taken within 24 hours prior to attending the event.
2. Proof of full vaccination. Second dose to be received 14 days prior to the event.
3. Proof of immunity due to positive PCR test within last 180 days. 10 day isolation must be completed.

A Covid pass can be obtained via the NHS App to confirm any of the above.

We will also accept an NHS text or email confirmation of a negative lateral flow test.

Do not bring home test strips or vaccine cards to the venue – neither of these are accepted as proof of Covid status.