This event is part of the Revive Live campaign – buy a ticket to this show and bring a friend for free! We’ve all missed music and mates over the last year. Now is the time to #ComeTogether to #ReviveLive music.
The free ticket holder must just need to demonstrate you’re a National Lottery player by showing either a physical ticket or one on the app at the door. This could be a weekly draw ticket or a scratch card and they must be over 18 to purchase and hold a National Lottery product. The original ticket holder must adhere to the age restrictions of the venue.
Full terms and conditions can be found at the Music Venue Trust website.
Danceable post-punk band Do Nothing will be bringing the big tunes to Ramsgate on August 17th!
British guitar music is on another level right now, and these gents are one of the most exhilarating live acts in the country. Listen to the EP’s, and get excited! This’ll be one to remember.
Nottingham based four piece Do Nothing is made up of vocalist Chris Bailey, guitarist Kasper Sandstrom, bassist Charles Howarth and Andrew Harrison on drums. Their sound is equal parts Roxy-esque art rock and Ze/Celluloid records no wave. Do Nothing songs are characterised by the acerbic lyricism of vocalist Chris Bailey where every song feels like its own self-contained psycho drama. Listening to their latest single ‘Gangs’ at times is like walking into a very busy and very loud pub and over hearing snatches of confused and bitter conversations “wait a minute this isn’t my house” says one person “who can eat at a time like this?” says another.
“Rousing, acerbic post-punk anthems for confusing times. They’re a voice that we should be immensely thankful for right now” – NME
“If Sleaford Mods are the product of all the venom and bile in Nottingham, then perhaps Do Nothing are the city’s more optimistic counter-point” – DIY
“Songs about crooks and bastards from a Nottingham band informed by Simon & Garfunkel” – Loud and Quiet