On Saturday 29th February, Dev Bros Promotions presents a Ska Punk double header at The Brickyard featuring The Hostiles and Codename Colin, plus very special guests Too Close For Missiles and Carlisle’s very own Haushinka! We’re having a party to kick off the new year, and what a way to do it with two of the most fun and entertaining Ska Punk bands in the UK! Trumpets, Bass, Beer and one big party!
The Hostiles bring the upbeat energy of west coast US ska punk to the less-sunny climes of west coast Scotland and Northern England. Their take is spirited and infectious, combining distorted guitars riffs, low-slung rhythms, in-your-face vocals and a two-pronged brass backbone of trumpet and trombone. It’s a formula that’s helped the five-piece build a strong reputation on the live circuit as an act to be reckoned with, good times guaranteed.
“Upbeat, effervescent, bouncy and danceable” -Punktastic
“Infectious and overflowing with energy”- Big Cheese Magazine
“Awesome!!” – Aaron Barrett (Reel Big Fish)
Check out their brand new EP “Love and Lacerations” available on all major platforms!
Check The Hostiles out at – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga8NgN2FbEU
Codename Colin are a five piece Ska Punk band from Hertfordshire. Originally formed by frontman Charlie Gabriel in 2012 and reformed in 2016 with a new solid line up.
Codename Colin have spent the last three years bringing their energetic live show to crowds around the UK, in only a way a ska punk band can, with catchy beats and melodies and impressive Sax driven hooks wowing crowds at huge festivals such as Slam Dunk and Rebellion!
Debut album ‘Escape From Everything’ was released June 1st 2019 through Bad Granola Records and available on all major platforms!
Check out Codename Colin at – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB-9kvoaNTE
Admission: £6.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*.
Alternatively, pop into The Kings Head* (over 18s only), Vinyl Cafe* or The Brickyard.
Please note, The Brickyard and our city centre outlets will only accept cash payments at this time. We also ask that any ticket queries should be directed to The Brickyard and not the local outlets.