The Wytches
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The Wytches

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
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Hypnotic, Arabian funeral. Depression in the desert. Sepia rainbows.

This is the psychedelic nightmare spun by The Wytches, who are spreading their subversive message across the UK in the dark guise of 50s surf riffs, desert whips, melancholic shuffles and a kaleidoscopic stage performance that will put you under.

Formed in November 2011 after moving down from Peterborough, this Brighton based Surf/Doom three piece comprise of guitar / organ / lead vocalist Kristian; semi-professional poker playing drummer Gianni, and fiercely eloquent bassist Dan, who is currently writing a science fiction novel by the name of The Curious Adventures of Charlie Revel.


The group gained a strong following from their debut single, and self produced video 'Digsaw', and have been gaining in notoriety ever since thanks to their spellbinding live shows. Think Nirvana's Bleach, The Arctic Monkey's Humbug, The Horrors' Strange House and you're half way there; because with songs that make you feel dirty to sing, and undeniable rhythm that will have you moving against all efforts to resist, the Wytches are a band you will not easily forget.


2013 has seen The Wytches supporting a rich variety of acts including Death Grips, The Black Angels, Band Of Skulls, Chelsea Wolfe, Bosnian Rainbows, Japandroids, Temples, Metz, Future Of The Left, The Cribs, Yuck and Drenge. They released their second single, the AA-side Beehive Queen/Crying Clown, via Hate Hate Hate Records on June 3rd, which sold out almost immediately. Following the success of Beehive Queen, the band re-released Digsaw as a limited white label 7. On November 18th, the band released a second AA side single, Robe For Juda / Wide At Midnight via HateHateHate records. This has gained them more radio play from the likes of Zane Lowe and Huw Stephens (for which the band recorded a live session at Maida Vale) at BBC Radio 1, and Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music, who had them in twice for live sessions in 2013. 


With a debut album release via Heavenly Records, performances in SXSW, and tours supporting Blood Red Shoes in Europe and Pulled Apart By Horses in the UK already confirmed, this year will be the biggest yet for the Peterborough trio.

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