7th November 2020 7:30 pm - 8th November 2020 12:00 am Ramsgate Music Hall - CT11 8NJ

We’re thrilled to welcome back one of our favourite new UK bands, ahead of the release of their debut album ‘God is a Woman’!

Indian Queens thrive when they are on stage. Their dark, dreamy and hypnotic sounds echo Portishead and Massive Attack mixed with the modern edge and swagger of Warpaint and Radiohead.

We were blown away by their first visit. Miss this at your peril.

“A band with massive potential. Impressed by how swiftly they are progressing. Looking forward to hearing the debut album”Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins / Bella Union)

Indian Queens, hailing from Hackney Wick, make music for people of the night. For those who live in a dream like state or those who use the dark to carry out their nefarious habits. The only light in Indian Queens world comes from a flickering street lamp or the dull glow of a mobile phone. It’s the music of Dickens East End before the gentrification.

Since formation in late 2016, the band have been picking up high profile fans such as Simon Raymonde and Robert Smith of The Cure, who invited the band to play the prestigious Meltdown festival last year along side artists such as My Bloody Valentine, Nine Inch Nails and The Libertines.

Last year they were hand picked to support artists such as TT/Theresa Wayman (Warpaint), Amber Arcades, We are Scientists, Ash and Broncho. Indian Queens were also invited to play a special showcase at House of Vans which lead to them playing their own stage at this year’s Bestival. They also included their current tracks on their in-store playlists across Europe. Other Festival Appearances include Camp Bestival, Boardmasters, Meltdown, Leefest, EVOL and others.

“A remarkable fusion of the soothing and the shocking” – CLASH

“Indian Queens dazzle, blasting a shade of gold to the otherwise grey backdrop of Hackney, this is about as mesmerising as it gets. There’s darkness, there’s serenity, and the capability to bite someone’s head off”Bittersweet Symphonies

“The sound Indian Queens created tonight was so tight, it could have been a studio recording” – Tickx