May at The Cumberland Arms brings another eclectic and jam-packed Endless Window night for you all, as we welcome faces old and new to our latest congregation...
Hailing from Manchester, MOLD’s acerbic, psychedelic take on punk has garnered comparisons to Captain Beefheart and The Birthday Party, while their frenzied live show has seen them in demand across the UK. On the back of their fantastic debut single Puppetmaster, we're excited to be bringing you all a dose of MOLD for their first Newcastle show.
The Milk Lizards
Sunderland's only doom-surf-rock band? Try Sunderland's best doom-surf-rock band. A reliably high-octane, riff-filled live band, The Milk Lizards are the most sure-fire party starters out there on the scene, so we're delighted they could join us for this one to get your Friday night kick-started.
The Black Sheep Frederick Dickens
The errant brother of Charles Dickens, Frederick Dickens lived a troubled, dissolute life markedly seperate from that of his more famous brother. Taking the name, the duo behind The Black Sheep Frederick Dickens make intense synth pop dealing with themes of auesterity and inequality. Known for a charismatic live show, we're looking forward to bringing them to the Endless Window crowd.
One of the most distinctive and intriguing new acts in the north-east, Penance Stare is a one-woman darkgaze project hat draws influences from My Bloody Valentine, Xasthur, Coil and everything in between. Having debuted the project live recently at The Old Police House, we're very excited to see what Penance Stare brings to The Cumberland Arms.
Plus the Endless Window DJ after the live acts. £5 on the door, 7:30pm until late.