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Alternative / Indie, Electronic, Pop

IVW23: SUEP, Kuntessa + special guests

Paper Dress Vintage, E8 1HR , [Venue Details]

Paper Dress’ Independent Venue Week program for 2023 gets off to a thrilling start with a headline from indie-pop supergroup SUEP plus support from Kuntessa and special guests TBA!

“Pefect pop music.” – Marc Riley (BBC 6 Music)

“Deft, left of centre guitar pop with a thirst for the theatrical.” – Clash

Led by Georgie Stott (of Porridge Radio, Garden Centre) and Josh Harvey, SUEP was born out of a near-decade of playing in sheds and barns with like minded personnel, holding a mutual love for Paul McCartney, Jona Lewie, the B-52s, Devo and other performative freaks enjoying themselves.

Following a move to London from Brighton, the pair added George Nicholls (The GN Band, Joanna Gruesome, The Tubs), Will William Deacon (PC World, Garden Centre), and Ollie Chapman to the line-up.

Their debut mini-album ‘Shop’ is a kaleidoscopic off-kilter pop ride, taking the listener through haunted castles, deprived encounters, days lost to the imagination in bed, and through the integral friendships that give SUEP the energy to keep dancing to their own beat.

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  • Admission: £9.00

  • Performer name: SUEP

  • Other key names: Kuntessa

  • Age restriction: 18+ after 8pm

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IVW23: SUEP, Kuntessa + special guests

Paper Dress Vintage, E8 1HR
Alternative / Indie Electronic Pop
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Paper Dress’ Independent Venue Week program for 2023 gets off to a thrilling start with a headline from indie-pop supergroup SUEP plus support from Kuntessa and special guests TBA!

“Pefect pop music.” – Marc Riley (BBC 6 Music)

“Deft, left of centre guitar pop with a thirst for the theatrical.” – Clash

Led by Georgie Stott (of Porridge Radio, Garden Centre) and Josh Harvey, SUEP was born out of a near-decade of playing in sheds and barns with like minded personnel, holding a mutual love for Paul McCartney, Jona Lewie, the B-52s, Devo and other performative freaks enjoying themselves.

Following a move to London from Brighton, the pair added George Nicholls (The GN Band, Joanna Gruesome, The Tubs), Will William Deacon (PC World, Garden Centre), and Ollie Chapman to the line-up.

Their debut mini-album ‘Shop’ is a kaleidoscopic off-kilter pop ride, taking the listener through haunted castles, deprived encounters, days lost to the imagination in bed, and through the integral friendships that give SUEP the energy to keep dancing to their own beat.

  • Admission: £9.00

  • Performer name: SUEP

  • Other key names: Kuntessa

  • Age restriction: 18+ after 8pm