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SMASH IT UP Presents: IDLE BONES, MULES, JOANNA & THE DROPOUTS




SMASH IT UP - Lewes' only regular punk night is back for a third instalment, showcasing the best local bands influenced by the ethos of punk.
Featuring:

IDLE BONES
"Dark, dancey punk and twisted story-telling rock. We bring the the horror... Join us at the crime scene"
Idle Bones formed in early 2017 in Brighton, East Sussex. Since then the band have fine-tuned their sound to the rockabilly punk that is missing in todays punk scene
Inspired by the likes of AFI, The Creepshow and The Misfits, Idle Bones bring a playful darkness to their writing which combined with melodies that will stick with you forever with a fist punching cheer!
https://www.idlebones.co.uk

MULES
Heavy post-punk band from Brighton/Lewes mixing spiky wiry punk rock, with lyrics focusing on the personal and the political, and often reference systems of control, hegemony, and a healthy dose of paranoia.
“Although Mules are a new band they’re already making huge statements throughout their music. It is without a doubt that this band will grow and become of the UK’s most important bands in recent history” CLUNK MAGAZINE
http://mulesband.com

JOANNA AND THE DROPOUTS
Formed early in 2019 inspired by Rock n Roll and Punk Rock classics, old movies and horror, the bands catchy anthems are wrapped in a leopard print bow. Most Recent release was “Broken Heart Gang”
“If Pulp Fiction 2 is made then this would be on it. Trouble’s coming to town and it’s you! That’s what this song makes you feel” PLUGGED IN BRIGHTON
https://joannaandthedropouts.bandcamp.com

Buy tickets


139 High Street
Lewes BN7 1XS 01273 473 076 w: lewesconclub.com



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