Preview: The Meffs

by Adam Aiken

Punk rockers The Meffs are heading back to Norwich just a few weeks after their previous show in the city.

The duo will be at The Waterfront Studio on Tuesday, May 16, following a date at the Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds, on Saturday, May 6.

The Meffs are heading back to Norfolk
The Meffs are heading back to Norfolk

The Meffs began life less than a year before the first Covid lockdown struck, and although they managed to get in a few lives shows before things came to a standstill, their 10 upcoming dates will constitute their first UK tour.

Their Norfolk visit will come hot on the heels of their support slot at The Waterfront with Peter Doherty last month – something that left the pair buzzing.

“One of the best experiences we’ve had in this band,” said singer/guitarist Lily Hopkins.

“What an opportunity and we smashed it. He was a gent.”

Following the Broken Britain Pt 1 and Pt 2 EPs, the band are currently working on their first full album.

After the headline dates they’ll be supporting NOFX on their final tour, and The Meffs are also on the bill for this year’s Download.

Click here for tickets for the Bury show and here for Norwich.

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