Ashestoangels announce UK shows before taking a break

You may have heard one of the most well-loved unsigned bands in the UK, Ashestoangels, will be going away for a while. Nevertheless that doesn’t stop them from doing what they do best: playing live.

The Bristol boys have announced three unique live dates in which they want as many of the ‘Ashes family’ to be involved in:

Wednesday 14th October – Exile, Plymouth

with special guests – Eskimo Callboy, The One Hundred, and Cabin Boy Jumped Ship.

Thursday 15th October – The Battersea Barge, London

Limited to 150 tickets. No dress code but dressing up is encouraged.

Saturday 17th October – The Louisiana, Bristol Town

Known as the ‘Ashes Family Gathering’. Unlike any other gig, doors open super-early for to give fans the chance to hang out with the band and fellow fans before Crilly and the boys take the stage at 5pm.  First 50 tickets sold also come with entry to the after-party which includes an acoustic set at 7pm and chance to hang out some more. This takes place in a really dark hole in the ground. Perfect for New Grave fans.

Tickets available via this link

Check out the latest announcement here:

Vocalist Crilly will also be lending his vocals to the new Aiden album alongside his buddy William Control.  The album is due for release this year.

Crilly had this to say:

“10 years ago I saw Aiden at Download, and they’re about to put out their best album yet. Its gonna be sick.”

Check out our interview with Ashestoangels here, and review of their latest tour here.

 

 

About Neale McGeever

Contributing Editor - I'm an entertainment writer ('journalist') from the North East. My favourite bands include Slipknot, Nirvana and Ninja Sex Party... I've freelanced for the likes of Kerrang!,Closer, Front, ZOO, and many others! I'm also big in to movies, video games, live comedy and ...beer!

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