Preview: Clown Smash Everything

Clown Smash Everything (Picture: Paul Hampson)
Clown Smash Everything (Picture: Paul Hampson)

by Adam Aiken

Clown Smash Everything’s latest EP is out next month, and the Norwich noise-mongers are marking its release with a series of shows in the region.

The release of the five-track Quickening will be marked by a mini-tour, with three East Anglian dates.

The post-hardcore quartet will be at the Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds, on Friday, September 8; The Reindeer, Norwich, on Saturday, September 9; and The Six Six Bar, Cambridge, on Sunday, September 10.

Support at the Reindeer show will come from Jukebox Monkey and Mices.

Men Of Munga, Norwich indie-rock outfit Settlements and ShortCuts will be on the bill in Bury, and Southpaw and Settlements will be the support in Cambridge.

Quickening follows CSE’s 2017 debut album The Bombs Are Getting Closer and the Small Degrees EP, which followed a couple of years later.

CSE will playing a trio of shows in East Anglia to mark their new EP (Picture: Plug Studios)
CSE will playing a trio of shows in East Anglia to mark their new EP (Picture: Plug Studios)

The new release, which has five tracks, was produced Dave Draper (Wildhearts, They Fell From The Sky, Carol Hodge), and sees the genre-busters continue to experiment , while maintaining their belting riffs and darkly humorous lyrics.

For more details on the EP, click here.

Click here for details about the Norwich show, which is is free. Click here for tickets for the Bury show and here for Cambridge.

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