The Wytches tickets

The Wytches Tickets

The Wytches tickets

The Wytches South Street Arts Centre, Reading

Friday 24th November 2017

The Wytches Support Mush Louisiana, Bristol

Tuesday 28th November 2017

The Wytches The Soup Kitchen, Manchester

Friday 1st December 2017

The Wytches Plug, Sheffield

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The Wytches are fine purveyors of surf informed art rock. The band are emerging from cult heroes to soon become the next big thing. The psychedelic Peterborough band includes drummer Gianni Honey, guitarist Kristian Bell providing vocals with Daniel Rumsey on bass.

The Wytches have already have big plans for 2017. Catch them when they tour in Autumn/Winter and play South Street Arts Centre at Reading, Louisiana at Bristol and Sheffield’s Plug.

The Wytches tickets are available through Gigantic right now. Everyone is after them so book yours before they are gone.

Bell and Honey had worked together previously in the band The Crooked Canes which split before the pair started university. Advertising on campus for a bassist, they were met by Rumsey who had previously fronted the bands Fall Victim and Dan Rumsey & The Bitter End. They began to forgo all else and throw everything into the band.

When I was at university in Brighton I had to choose between giving a presentation or playing a gig we were offered. I chose the band and consequently got kicked out. It also ended a relationship. In the more exhausting on-tour moments you question these big life decisions, but then I remind myself that all I’ve wanted since the age of eleven was to play music. I was gigging in my first band at thirteen, and ultimately chose actual song writing over studying song writing. It’s still all I ever want to do.” - Kristian Bell

They began to get traction with the release of their debut single Beehive Queen, released through Hate Hate Hate Records, in 2013 followed by the cassette Thunder Lizard Revisited and the single Robe For Juda the same year.

The band signed to essential indie label Heavenly at the beginning of 2014. They recorded their debut album Annabel Dream Reader at Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London, which was released in the Summer of 2015.
They followed this in 2016 with the release of their highly anticipated second album All Your Happy Life. The record draws on hugely varied spheres of influence, drawing on the magnificent literature of Tolstoy, the acoustic beauty of Elliot Smith and the irrepressible energy of underground metal bands.

As we our supplies of The Wytches gig tickets are always limited and everyone wants to see this amazing band we really do advise you to book early to avoid being disappointed. Gigantic is proud to offer a fantastic service in providing a huge range of essential gig tickets so stick with us to enjoy an unforgettable experience.

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