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Zounds + Eastfield + Indignation Meeting

Wharf Chambers


Sunday 24.11.2024

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Ticket price including booking fee of £1.50 (each): £13.50
Tickets are limited to 10 per customer.

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We are delighted to announce that anarcho punk legends ZOUNDS are soon to return to the North of England after a two year absence, for a short run of three gigs in November. Joining them on their mini tour will be urban rail punks EASTFIELD, and suburban rail punks INDIGNATION MEETING. The Leeds show will be at Wharf Chambers on Sunday 24th - please note this is a matinee show – bar open from 1pm, gig room at 2pm. Physical tickets will be available in the shop soon (order now to reserve).

ZOUNDS Formed by Steve Lake in 1977, their debut EP ‘Can’t Cheat Karma’ was released on the Crass label in 1980, with the classic debut LP The Curse Of Zounds following in 1982. Both these releases, along with the singles Dancing, Demystification and More Trouble Coming Every Day were recorded by Steve on bass & vocals, along with Lawrence Wood on guitar and Joseph Porter (of Blyth Power fame) on drums. Joining Steve Lake in the current line-up are Joe Davin (bass), Dominic Perez-Silva (guitar) and Paul Gilbert (drums).

EASTFIELD Eastfield have been playing 3 chord, sing-a-long, simple catchy songs for nearly 30 years now, proudly practising the DIY ethic. Lyrically, they punctuate socio-political comment with associated references from the world of railways, adverts, railways,1970's TV programmes, railways, first-hand experiences and railways, making sure it always remains relevant - or not. That’s what it says on their website anyway, and who are we to argue?

INDIGNATION MEETING Formed in 2019 by singer/drummer/songwriter Peter Hirst when he was just ten years old, Indignation Meeting play catchy punk rock tunes with lyrics reflecting Peter’s passion for railways, trains and social justice. Their 2023 debut album "Trouble In The Shed" is soon to be reissued on green vinyl on the Damaged Goods label, and will be closely followed by the follow-up album "A Model World". Peter will joined by his Dad Michael on green guitar, fellow punk rocker Keith on black guitar, and Bloodstock poster boy Hugo on bass.

All ages welcome - children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Venue Information

Wharf Chambers

23-25 Wharf St, Leeds LS2 7EQ



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