Idles Brutalism The debut album from Bristol's post-punks Idles. Volatile and intense punk-rock anthems with an abrasive and dark sound. “Idles are one of the most exciting British bands right now and Brutalism is the proof” - The Line Of Best Fit ”Visceral anthems that’s timed weirdly well for this year’s madness“ - NME Partisan Records / Balley Records CD | LP
Idles / Heavy Lungs Danny Nedelko 7" A new split 7" from the awesome Kingston visitors IDLES with Heavy Lungs. Astounding and very important punk-charged songs that are a sign of the times. Heavy Lungs feature the legendary Danny Nedelko as their frontman – made famous by IDLES’ pro-immigration anthem ‘Danny Nedelko’, which features on the 7”. He is a close friend of the band (and Ukranian immigrant). ‘Blood Brother’ is a new track by Heavy Lungs that will be released with a video with the pre-order announce on 12 October. The song is about IDLES’ Joe Talbot. Partisan Records 7"
Teen Idles / SOA / Government Issue / Youth Brigade The Years in 7"s Originally released in 1984 this 12" pieces together four early Dischord 7"s from Teen Idles, SOA, Government Issue and Youth Brigade! Dischord Records 12"
Idles Thursday 30th August at New Slang, 9:00pm PLEASE NOTE - posters are printed to order and will usually take significantly longer to dispatch than standard items. If you need your posters in a hurry, please let us know. Just before the release of their new album, Idles play at New Slang. Joy As An Act Of Resistance is the highly anticipated second full length album from Bristol's exciting band, Idles. This will also be a New Slang debut for the band and we're super excited to hear their infectious and arena-ready post-punk influenced tunes in Kingston. "This album is an attempt to be vulnerable to our audience and to encourage vulnerability; a brave naked smile in this shitty new world. We have stripped back the songs and lyrics to our bare flesh to allow each other to breathe, to celebrate our differences, and act as an ode to communities and the individuals that forge them. Because without our community, we’d be nothing." Support is coming from JOHN. DOORS - 9:00pm JOHN - 9:30pm IDLES - 10:30pm After the show, it's New Slang as usual where you can expect to hear the likes of Slaves, Wolf Alice, The Vaccines, Frank Turner, The Cribs, Circa Waves, White Lies and many more until 2AM. Albums+Tickets are available from £12 or more ticket options are available here. Pryzm is an 18+ venue. A valid Passport or Drivers License MUST BE SHOWN. New Slang is held at Pryzm, 154 Clarence St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1QP New Slang Ticket Past Event