Sydney’s youngest, emerging rock and rollers on Saturday, September 24 returning with another four-band bill at Marrickville Bowling Club celebrating pocketwatch’s 50th birthday! We grabbed some of the coolest young bands in town and are ready to celebrate.
The line-up of pocketwatch, Euterpe, Polly and False Alvrm has been specially curated to prove that rock and roll lives on through the next generation. Tickets here: https://bit.ly/bowlo2409
All bands have been playing around Sydney’s inner-western suburbs and have combined to put on a rocking line up that dispels each band’s youth and COVID-disrupted lifespan.
Pocketwatch is an all teen trio (ages 19, 16 and 15) that has landed high-profile supports to the likes of X, Jupiter 5 and Sonic Garage. Drawing inspiration from the likes of The Vines, Nirvana and Matthew Sweet, this will be a return to the Bowlo having cut their teeth on the stage throughout their young career.
Euterpe are a self-described “Four-piece anxiety rock strike force from the depths of Sydney’s Inner West.” This Sydney band on Gadigal land are an alternative rock derivative of Jeff Buckley, Radiohead, and your car alarm with a phaser pedal attached. They have working consistently in the inner city and have received rave reviews for their single “Tulips.”
Polly are an art punk/indie rock band from Sydney. They incorporate a range of collective influences including the likes of Sonic Youth, Courtney Barnett, Neutral milk hotel, Nirvana, Death Grips, Alvvays, and Radiohead.
False Alvrm are a three piece rock band from the heart of the inner west delta. They’ve been hitting their stride recently playing in the inner west. This is their Marrickville Bowlo debut.
The gig is open to under 18s but they must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are just $13.30 inc BF in advance or $15 on the night with the first band at 8pm.