End of the Road Festival news: End Of The Road Christmas Shindig

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End Of The Road’s annual Christmas Shindig featuring Ultimate Painting and DUDS is taking place at Kamio in Shoreditch on Wednesday 6 December. Tickets are on sale now:

https://www.musicglue.com/end-of-the-road-festival/christmas-shindig

Headlining the night will be one of the highlights from this year’s exceptional festival, purveyors of languid and beautiful guitar pop Ultimate Painting. The New Zealand duo will be joined by another of 2017’s festival alumni – and first UK band to sign to revered punk label Castle Face, home of EOTR favourites Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall – DUDS. The Manchester six piece will bring their unique “somehow kind of pop from another dimension” to the party, along with very special guest DJs to be announced. End Of The Road’s annual Christmas Shindig featuring @[1196388837137866:274:Ultimate Painting] and @[365717616951884:274:DUDS] is taking place at @[1616777045307790:274:Kamio] in Shoreditch on Wednesday 6 December. Tickets are on sale now:

https://www.musicglue.com/end-of-the-road-festival/christmas-shindig

Headlining the night will be one of the highlights from this year’s exceptional festival, purveyors of languid and beautiful guitar pop Ultimate Painting. The New Zealand duo will be joined by another of 2017’s festival alumni – and first UK band to sign to revered punk label Castle Face, home of EOTR favourites Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall – DUDS. The Manchester six piece will bring their unique “somehow kind of pop from another dimension” to the party, along with very special guest DJs to be announced.

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