GIGWISE FEATURE // READING & LEEDS REVIEWS // UPCOMING SHOWS
"Their performance in the mid-afternoon Saturday slot was easily the most interesting and exciting witnessed on the BBC Introducing stage up to that point. What came was no longer mild and stage-frightened. Avalanche Party were angry, intense. It was a performance that saw the lead singer, Jordan, in his ripped red shirt, get right up in the face of the opportunity and demand to be heard. The five-piece thrashed out a performance that mattered." - Gigwise
"The lads from the North Yorkshire Moors – Avalanche Party, absolutely ripped apart the BBC Introducing stage at 3pm. Draped in silk shirts accompanied by an army of guitars, they were a strong unit who projected a massive sound. Lead vocalist Jordan Bell jumped down from the stage and stared into the crowd as he sang, exemplifying the intensity of their set. It’s not often you see an up and coming act who seem so sure of their sound and themselves, refreshing and intriguing to say the least. So, if you’re going to go and see anyone live then this is the one" - Amazing Radio
"Now it was time for the big event of the day, Avalanche Party on the BBC Introducing Stage... This lot doesn’t play at being a rock band, they ARE a rock band! Punk, psych and everything in between is what they deliver. Front man Jordan Bell stalks the stage like he owns it (and in effect he does). He comes across as the son of Jarvis Cocker and Jim Morrison with one of the most piercing stares in music today. Without doubt Avalanche Party smashed Leeds... Festival organisers can we have them on one of the other stages next year please?" - With Just A Hint Of Mayhem
The lovelies over at GIGWISE were kind enough to interview and feature us after our set at Reading Festival! Thanks to Christopher for taking the time to write the artice.
Read the full hot piece here: http://www.gigwise.com/features/108010/avalanche-party-band-garage-rock-raading-festival-introducing--stage
Massive thanks to the cool cats at AMAZING RADIO and WITH JUST A HINT OF MAYHEM who also featured us in their festival write ups.
Amazing Radio: http://amazingradio.com/home/review-leeds-festival-2
UPCOMING GIGS //
Sept 10th // We Are Family Festival // Hartlepool Sept 16th // The Captain Cook Inn // Staithes w/ Vulgarians + The Blinders Sept 17th // Tickhill TFest Sept 24th // Hull Trinity Festival Oct 8th // Twisterella Festival // Middlesbrough
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