Oh Well, Goodbye w/Avalyn (+ more TBA)

Fri, 22 Jul

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Liverpool

Oh Well, Goodbye w/Avalyn (+ more TBA)

QU A RR Y is delighted to present an evening with Liverpool post-punk band Oh Well, Goodbye (Gold Records, Hail Records). Support from local shoegazers Avalyn.

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Time & Location

22 Jul, 19:30 – 23 Jul, 23:30

Liverpool, 17 Love Ln, Liverpool L3 7DD, UK

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From 19:30

£5-£8

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QU  A RR Y is delighted to present an evening with Liverpool post-punk band  Oh Well, Goodbye (Gold Records, Hail Records). Support from local  shoegazers Avalyn.

Oh  Well, Goodbye are a four-piece band from Liverpool, England who  initially burst onto the UK music scene with their debut EP, ‘BG092’.  The release was overseen by cult U.S label Bleeding Gold Records, which  later forged a gateway for the band, releasing several EP’s after that.  Oh Well, Goodbye originated from the concept of a solo project. Philip  Rourke (founder of EDILS records/booking) quickly assembled like minded  musicians and played a scattering of shows in London, Manchester and  various other locations around England throughout several tours. Oh  Well, Goodbye, are completed by long standing member Andy Fernihough  (Drums), with relative newcomers Shaun Lanceley (Guitars) and Ronald R  Ziegekabine (Bass) joining in late 2018 and have continued to push  creative boundaries as a unit, whilst fully maintaining their Lo-Fi DIY,  post-punk roots.

Since  the days of the bands first EP, ‘BG092’, Oh Well, Goodbye have cemented  their position on Liverpool’s local music scene. Their success has seen  the four-piece produce and release several EP’s through Bleeding Gold  Records (US) & D.I.Y. merchants, EDILS Records (UK), Hail Hail  Records (UK) & Melted Ice Cream (NZ) since 2015. The releases titled  ‘Swoon’, ‘Acquiescence’ and the upcoming ‘Affinity: Part One’ have  presented a progressive and exciting step, showcasing their bittersweet  musical movements that border the edge of collapse. Finding themselves  under the ‘post-punk’ bracket, which always suggests a sense of murky  ground Oh Well, Goodbye find a way to counteract this pre-conception. A  lush mix of shoe-gaze reverberated noise and a dance-punk orientated  rhythm machine section, the band find subtle textures and undertones  that subside beneath the chaos. This makes for a murkily addictive  assemblage of post-punk sounds and gritty absorbing textures. As  beautiful as it is ugly, the nonchalant display masks the chaos and  vulnerability underneath.

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