Grunge is NOT dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. … Grunge was NOT as dead as a doornail.*
So to reflect this wondrous fact, Radio Seattle are back in action one final time in 2016, and it promises to be a grunge-filled night. Christmas is round the corner, the geese are getting porky and feeling their collars, and nothing screams Christmas like a good checked shirt. (8 Way) Santa would approve.
We’re at the Fiddler’s Elbow, Camden, on Wednesday 7 December, part of a mighty fine line up with Subterranean Popular, Free Recovery and Brothers in Chains. Grunge classics, grunge originals; what more could you ask for?
We’ll have one new cover on display. I’ll leave you guessing but there’s a clue in the post title… And should that not be sufficient to entice you out to a lovely warm pub on a cold December evening, here are a couple of videos from our recent Croyattle appearances: the first the whole band, and the second Jonny and me doing an acoustic unplugged.
* Hope someone out there gets the literary allusion. Clue: it’s about the right time of year for it. Second clue: Michael Caine’s finest acting hour came in a film adaptation of the book. Third clue: the author’s name rhymes with Grarles Pickens. Fourth clue: really? you need another clue?!