Bristol’s newest punk rock supergroup are launching their debut EP this Saturday, with a special BYOB show at the Exchange basement stage and support slots from Probably Not and Langkamer.
Formed over many Jaeger bombs in early 2017, Little Baby Sharks is Toodles & The Hectic Pity’s Max Cole, Nietzsche Trigger Finger’s Luke Cobham and Dogeyed’s Harry Elder. Combining shared influences across pop punk, rock thrash, hardcore and grunge; a DIY ethic and their own unique sounds, they’ve created an unfeasibly engaging sound with snarly dual female/male vocals.
Nitelife is delighted to premier the new music video for their track Moon Hacks, directed and filmed by Nathaniel Stevens.
Moon Hacks makes up one of four tracks on the self-title EP, which comes out on Invisible Llama Music this weekend as a double A side tape and digital download. Pre order it on Music Glue here: musicglue.com/invisiblellama/shop
While the launch event at Exchange is fully sold out, Invisible Llama Music are doing their best to make sure that every ticket goes to use by offering refunds to anyone who can no longer make it. Keep an eye on the Facebook event page for re-upped tickets.
Check out the video for Moon Hacks below –