DIE DAS DER present FRAUDS + RAT THE MAGNIFICENT + INFANTS + WMN
WMN
26th April 2019
7:00 pm
Birmingham
The Flapper
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DIE DAS DER present FRAUDS + RAT THE MAGNIFICENT + FOREVER IN DEBT + WMN

Official Release Show for Volume 02 of the DIE DAS DER 7″ Singles Club.

DIE DAS DER are very excited to bring the wonderful noise rock double-header of our old friends Frauds and Rat the Magnificent to The Flapper, as part of their short UK Tour. Also equally excited to be bringing the awesome Infants (FKA: Forever In Debt) down from Widnes for the first time. And the excitement will just boil over into screams of joy as we welcome WMN – Women back from their BCRC Fire enforced down time.

Frauds have been coming up from Croydon to play for us pretty much since the start of DDD, five years ago. So it’s a joy to have them back in our anniversary year. They released their debut album ‘With Morning Toast & Jam & Juice’ just over a year ago, and their star has continued to rise – with some very high profile gigs, and a lot of festival appearances coming up later in 2019.

Rat the Magnificent have fast become a firm favourite with us. We had them up twice last year – and they really need to be seen to be believed. Epic, emotive swathes of sound with the heartfelt entreaties of front man Perry riding the aural waves like a champion surfer. Debut album ‘The Body As Pleasure’ was released last year, and it was unquestionably one of our albums of the year.

Forever In Debt have made a massive name for themselves in their native North West and beyond – both in their own right, and as founding members of the Society Of Losers. Don’t miss out on them bringing their ‘ear splittin grunge noise’ to the second city for the first time. Your next favourite band.

WMN – Women what can we say about Jon and Gareth that hasn’t been said? Apart from, the fact that two people can make a wall of noise this big and this meaty is frankly ridiculous. We re-released their 2018 debut album this year, because it deserves to be heard. Outlaws of the Sun described it thus: “Deeply disturbing and hugely entertaining”.

Entrance will be £5 on the door.