Jamming Circus presents:
WKNJ plus Dinges, Pond Life
Who Killed Nancy Johnson? + Dinges + Pond Life
Entry Requirements: 18+
Jamming circus presents the rush of punk with an amazing headliner and support. Come on down to one of the last shows of punk and grunge from Brighton and Worthing's very own Jamming Circus promotions.
Bar 42 Marine Parade BN11 3QA Worthing, UK
18+ FREE ENTRY
HEADLINER: Who Killed Nancy Johnson? Kind of punk, kind of post-punk, kind of slap in the face from Reading MUSIC: https://wknancyj.bandcamp.com/releases
Dinges Psyche, garage, grunge, no wave all the way form Luton MUSIC: https://dinges.bandcamp.com/album/no-cat-calls
Pond Life Punk band Pond Life are back after a 18 month hiatus with new bass, new drums, playing new songs in new venues. MUSIC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27auK_1mFus&feature=youtu.be
WHO KILLED NANCY JOHNSON? are a Reading-based high-energy punk/post-punk band with a growing reputation as an exciting live act.
"It's really worth getting to see these guys" - Punkarolla
Influences include The Stooges, The Ruts, Wire, Magazine, Black Flag, Buzzcocks, The Rezillos, Alkaline Trio, Tsar, Ash, Lit, Rival Schools, The Drills, 3 Colours Red, Wire, Weezer. The songs are all original.
"A brilliant band... full of energy... a really cool post-punk feel" - New Music Saturday
Up to January 2015 the band was a heavy punk/pop band known as Nancy Johnson and under that name supported acts like Chelsea and Peter and the Test Tube Babies. WKNJ resurfaced with a new name, new direction and new line-up in 2016. Since then they have shared stages with Kamikaze Test Pilots, Virus, Vice Squad, The Black Bullets, Rage DC, Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons, Dragster, The Xtraverts, The Screaming Dead and many others.
"Spiked with amphetamines... a band that embraces punk's origins as well as influences from the last four decades" - thePUNKsite
Who Killed Nancy Johnson? are Stefan BALL - vocals; Pete MOULTON - guitar; Paul ANTHONY - bass; Mark WREN - drums. They're just behind you right now, staring at the back of your head.
"Jaw-droppingly good... more hooks than a deep sea fishing line" - Scene Sussex