Our Propaganda + Little Grim
Our Propaganda + Little Grim
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
Our Propaganda live at The Half Moon Exciting, young, alt-rock band from the South Coast!
2019 was a monumental year for the South-Coast boys of Our Propaganda; following the signing of a publishing deal with Peer Music they swiftly set to work recording their debut album “Fast Food At Midnight” with renowned record producer Steve Lyon (Depeche Mode/The Cure) and currently being mixed by Grammy nominated recording and sound engineer Jonas Westling.
Ending 2019, Our Propaganda independently put on their biggest indoor show to date at 700 capacity venue The 1865, Southampton, where they unveiled the Fast Food At Midnight brand to the world, with great interest from record label and agency representatives!
Kicking off 2020, Our Propaganda have secured a prestigious show at The Half Moon, Putney, striking at the heartland of the UK’s music industry and gearing up for what is sure to be yet a memorable year in the alt-rock band’s career with the release of their debut album.
“...Confident and bold, with a cool rock sensibility...” – Alan Dorey (DJ/Presenter,Forest FM) “...Most exciting show of 2019...” – Richard Harper (Venue manager, The 1865)
Little Grim: South London alt-pop band Little Grim mingle chilling, harrowing lyrics and soaring vocals with slick beats. The result is music you can dance and cry to, preferably at the same time. Inspired by artists such as Alt-J, Glass Animals and Everything Everything, their music is a delicate balance between intricate guitar parts and electronic elements.
Their recent release, ‘All on Black’, is a ‘balls to the wall’ concoction that boasts a heavier side to the band whilst flaunting their tongue-in-cheek lyricism and playful riffs. The song was premiered on Radio X with John Kennedy and has picked up notable plays across BBC 6 Music with Tom Robinson, BBC Intro London, BBC Intro The South, Hoxton Radio & Amazing Radio. In September, All on Black was listed as track of the month by Indie Rocks Radio.
Hailing from the breakwater towns of South East England, Our Propaganda is Jack Denton, Charlie Denton, Joe Newman and Harvey Groom. A rock band through and through but with more to offer than just drinking songs and fake stories of 70s style extravagance. “Sometimes music comes out of nowhere and you wonder why the artist isn’t better known. Our Propaganda are a case in point... confident and bold with a cool rock sensibility, these guys have a great future!” Alan Dorey (Forest FM).
Our Propaganda is an honest creation of this generation. Lyrically, it’s a band that looks further than the buttons on their jeans. We're a direct response to the world we’ve been handed, the media we’ve been force fed and the lifestyle we’ve chosen as a consequence. After all, where would music be without a little revolution?
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South London alt-pop band Little Grim mingle chilling, harrowing lyrics and soaring vocals with slick beats. The result is music you can dance and cry to, preferably at the same time. Inspired by artists such as Alt-J, Glass Animals and Everything Everything, their music is a delicate balance between intricate guitar parts and electronic elements.
Following a string of releases since October 2018, the band have picked up notable plays from Radio X, BBC Introducing, BBC 6Music with Tom Robinson, and Amazing Radio. They have also featured live on BBC Introducing The South's show with Melita Dennett.
Little Grim's live shows have been drawing large crowds to their sold out gigs at The Old Blue Last, Bermondsey Social Club, The Paper Dress Vintage and their packed out performance at The Great Escape Festival 2019. The band have just announced plans for their October tour and headline at The Finsbury, London.
The band recently released, ‘All on Black; a ‘balls to the wall’ concoction that boasts a heavier side to the band whilst flaunting their tongue-in-cheek lyricism and playful riffs. The song has already picked up a notable premiere on Radio X with John Kennedy, has also featured on Jess Iszatt’s BBC Introducing London show, and has numerous plays from the likes of Amazing Radio.
Since being signed to Peer Music Publishing, the band have seen early success on TV with music featuring on BBC iPlayer show ‘The A List’, with more to come.