Join Bristol’s Hush Mozey as they celebrate the release of their debut EP Tales of Bigotry at Mothers’ Ruin, for a live performance showcasing their unique mix of ska, punk and grunge – which they like to refer to as ‘drowzy rock and roll’. Their distinct and subdued sound is fronted by vocalist Joee Johnson and his fine tuned folk rock-isms tinged with an American country blues vibe.
The packed support bill includes post-punk 4-piece Rainmaker, who will bring their energetic live performance steeped in fuzzy riffs, loud drums and melodic basslines to the ‘Ruin. PlusWych Elm and Television Villain.
Photo by Matthew Harris