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Thursday 31st October 2019

No Me Coman + High Climbers + Psyence

— Rough Trade Bristol
Several faces of Psychedelia
time:20:00
price: Headfirst Tickets

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NO ME COMAN

No Me Coman (Spanish for "don’t eat me“) is an Argentinian/Colombian group based in Switzerland. Touring to promote their second album "The Tide" (released on Salvation Records in October) this is their first visit to the UK.

Throbbing percussions, guitar distortion, rigid bass-lines, thundering drums and candid melodies delineate No Me Coman’s sonic landscape. A mix of Psyche, Garage Rock with a unique Amazonic twist, where you will find blissed-out tranquility in one place and frantic shamanic flamboyance in another. Musical mood swings like a demonic Goat/Pond love-child.

Their vivid live shows will leave you hoping you won’t get eaten alive.

Pass the peyote!

HIGH CLIMBERS

Bristol's High Climbers is a psych-folk group of mixed heritage, spinning their unique blend of cross-cultural shoegaze. They've been described as both 'gorgeous' and 'wild’, and though grounded in folk and pop also possess an experimental twist that beholds intrigue.

Their sound emanates warmth through soothing melody, delivering live performances that are both immersive and emotively energetic, driven by ethereal guitar-laden compositions, and organ-powered pop.

Shape-shifters of the modern void, High Climbers enjoy adopting many guises; from solo to quintet, or loud to quiet, moulding their musical mood as they see fit.

PSYENCE

Stoke-on-Trent's psychedelic overlords are a blistering wall of sound. Touring their debut album a rare visit to Bristol makes this an opportunity not to be missed. Arrive early and get blasted

“The drums sound like Can’s ‘Vitamin C’ as the guitars play a frantic game of snakes and ladders through the kaleidoscopic soundscapes.” The NME

"Psyence are now ready to show the world what they’ve got, in their case face melting 60s rock that sounds like Wooden Shjips drowning in a thick, molten vat of acidic organs and churning riffs. The aptly titled Chemicals For Breakfast means your cornflakes will never taste the same again." Q

"Stoke quintet Psyence combine the melodic sensibilities of Tame Impala with the rhythmic thud of ‘Exterminator’-era Primal Scream" The Quietus

Doors 8pm

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Artist Audio:

No Me Coman
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High Climbers
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1. All Golden - High Climbers - High Climbers
2:35
Psyence
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Psyence Zebra - Salvation Records
2:35

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