Heavy Pop presents:
Sløtface + Sløtface + Grafted
Entry Requirements: 18+
Heavy Pop Presents...
“We have seen the future, and its name is Sløtface” – Gigwise "create the most joyous punk ditties" - The Guardian
Sløtface, formerly known (and still pronounced) as Slutface, are a Norwegian punk band.
On 1 April 2016, the band changed their name to Sløtface, citing social media censorship issues and released single "Sponge State", reaching critical acclaim. The single became the lead track of the band's debut EP "Sponge State". Towards the end of 2016 the band released their second EP "Empire Records" - released on 18 November. The four-track EP included singles "Take Me Dancing", "Bright Lights" and lead-track "Empire Records" - the latter single garnering huge support from the music and film industry alike with its reference to 90's cult-classic film Empire Records.
The band have toured countless countries and festivals, and return to the UK to tour their album.
With support from Grafted
Basingstoke band Grafted are a high energy four piece; sporting upbeat indie sounds and coming onto the local scene hard, creating catchy guitar riffs with hooky lyrics. They've got passion for the noise and a flare for dramatics. Influences include Sundara Karma, The Libertines and Artic Monkeys.