The Wood Burning Savages

Fri Apr 1 2022

7:00 PM

The Head of Steam

2 Neville Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5EN

£7.70

Ages 18+

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Provocative alternative-punks The Wood Burning Savages are an incendiary four piece from Derry, Northern Ireland that proudly wear the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves.

With blistering riffs and a sharp political bite, they are often compared to Shame, Death From Above 1979 and Stiff Little Fingers.

Winners of the NI Music Prize, their ferocious debut album ‘Stability’ beat out the likes of Snow Patrol, Ash and Bicep to be the first self-released artist to win Northern Ireland Album of the Year. The band also took home the prize of Best Live Act.

Having played in session for BBC Radio 6 Music and Ireland’s Today FM, the band has also been championed by BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, RTÉ 2FM and Amazing Radio, with Tom Robinson describing vocalist Paul Connolly as “one of the next generation’s great rock frontmen.”

This winter will see the band return to playing live with an Irish tour supporting guitar heroes Ash. It’s their first live performances since a turbulent summer which saw the band play Glastonbury festival and support Snow Patrol at their sell out home-coming show in front of 30,000 people.

The Wood Burning Savages will play their first headline run of gigs since 2019 when they head back on the road for a UK and Irish tour in Spring 2022. Kicking off with their biggest ever Dublin show, it culminates with a bumper homecoming Northern Irish weekender in Derry and Belfast!

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The Wood Burning Savages

  • The Wood Burning Savages

    The Wood Burning Savages

    Punk

    Provocative alternative-punks The Wood Burning Savages are an incendiary four piece from Derry, Northern Ireland that proudly wear the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves.

    With blistering riffs and a sharp political bite, they are often compared to Shame, Death From Above 1979 and Stiff Little Fingers.

    Winners of the NI Music Prize, their ferocious debut album ‘Stability’ beat out the likes of Snow Patrol, Ash and Bicep to be the first self-released artist to win Northern Ireland Album of the Year. The band also took home the prize of Best Live Act.

    Having played in session for BBC Radio 6 Music and Ireland’s Today FM, the band has also been championed by BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, RTÉ 2FM and Amazing Radio, with Tom Robinson describing vocalist Paul Connolly as "one of the next generation's great rock frontmen."

    This winter will see the band return to playing live with an Irish tour supporting guitar heroes Ash. It’s their first live performances since a turbulent summer which saw the band play Glastonbury festival and support Snow Patrol at their sell out home-coming show in front of 30,000 people.

    The Wood Burning Savages will play their first headline run of gigs since 2019 when they head back on the road for a UK and Irish tour in Spring 2022. Kicking off with their biggest ever Dublin show, it culminates with a bumper homecoming Northern Irish weekender in Derry and Belfast!

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The Wood Burning Savages

Fri Apr 1 2022 7:00 PM

The Head of Steam Newcastle upon Tyne
The Wood Burning Savages

£7.70 Ages 18+

Provocative alternative-punks The Wood Burning Savages are an incendiary four piece from Derry, Northern Ireland that proudly wear the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves.

With blistering riffs and a sharp political bite, they are often compared to Shame, Death From Above 1979 and Stiff Little Fingers.

Winners of the NI Music Prize, their ferocious debut album ‘Stability’ beat out the likes of Snow Patrol, Ash and Bicep to be the first self-released artist to win Northern Ireland Album of the Year. The band also took home the prize of Best Live Act.

Having played in session for BBC Radio 6 Music and Ireland’s Today FM, the band has also been championed by BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, RTÉ 2FM and Amazing Radio, with Tom Robinson describing vocalist Paul Connolly as “one of the next generation’s great rock frontmen.”

This winter will see the band return to playing live with an Irish tour supporting guitar heroes Ash. It’s their first live performances since a turbulent summer which saw the band play Glastonbury festival and support Snow Patrol at their sell out home-coming show in front of 30,000 people.

The Wood Burning Savages will play their first headline run of gigs since 2019 when they head back on the road for a UK and Irish tour in Spring 2022. Kicking off with their biggest ever Dublin show, it culminates with a bumper homecoming Northern Irish weekender in Derry and Belfast!

The Wood Burning Savages

The Wood Burning Savages

Punk

Provocative alternative-punks The Wood Burning Savages are an incendiary four piece from Derry, Northern Ireland that proudly wear the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves.

With blistering riffs and a sharp political bite, they are often compared to Shame, Death From Above 1979 and Stiff Little Fingers.

Winners of the NI Music Prize, their ferocious debut album ‘Stability’ beat out the likes of Snow Patrol, Ash and Bicep to be the first self-released artist to win Northern Ireland Album of the Year. The band also took home the prize of Best Live Act.

Having played in session for BBC Radio 6 Music and Ireland’s Today FM, the band has also been championed by BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, RTÉ 2FM and Amazing Radio, with Tom Robinson describing vocalist Paul Connolly as "one of the next generation's great rock frontmen."

This winter will see the band return to playing live with an Irish tour supporting guitar heroes Ash. It’s their first live performances since a turbulent summer which saw the band play Glastonbury festival and support Snow Patrol at their sell out home-coming show in front of 30,000 people.

The Wood Burning Savages will play their first headline run of gigs since 2019 when they head back on the road for a UK and Irish tour in Spring 2022. Kicking off with their biggest ever Dublin show, it culminates with a bumper homecoming Northern Irish weekender in Derry and Belfast!

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Ages 18+
limit 8 per person
General Admission
£7.70 (£7.00 + £0.70 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

Delivery Method

eTickets
UK Post
Box Office Collection

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.