£25 +BF

DHP presents

Oh Sees
Support from Frankie & The Witch Fingers

14+ (under 16s with an adult)

All original tickets remain valid for this rescheduled date.

With a stage show that's best described as sweat-drenched and a long list of albums sporting their trademark unhinged approach, Thee Oh Sees are one of the most invigorating garage punk bands of their era. Led by guitarist/vocalist John Dwyer, whose guitar sound and brutally powerful way of playing are instantly identifiable, the band went through a series of changes that led them from clanging lo-fi garage experimentalism on albums like their 2007 debut, Sucks Blood, to weirdo psych-pop on 2011's Castlemania and almost-slick garage punk on 2014's Drop. After that album, Dwyer expanded the band's sonic reach to include proto metal, dark psych, and trippy prog. Released in 2015, Mutilator Defeated at Last bore the first fruits of this new sound, and over the next few years they embarked on a mad rush of creativity, resulting in a slew of mind-bending albums that stretched their sound. In 2016, A Weird Exits added some Motorik rhythms to the mix; long instrumental jams featured on the same year's An Odd Entrances; boogie rock organs and mystical jazz-rock were featured on 2018's Smote Reverser, and 2019's Face Stabber is a blown-out and weird fusion of all the things they had been doing over the past decade.