Hipster disco trio CHEW LIPS will headline a night of festive fun and frolics at the first ever Brum Notes Magazine Christmas Party.
It will be a unique chance to catch them in all their electro-pop glory in the intimate surrounds of The Victoria in John Bright St, Birmingham, on December 16, ahead of the release of their hotly-anticipated debut album next month. The east London three-piece are ending 2009 on a wave of critical acclaim following a string of triumphant live shows and the release of singles Solo and Salt Air on uber-cool label Kitsuné.
As a special festive treat, punk-poet PAUL MURPHY, nigh-on legendary frontman from THE DESTROYERS, will be regaling you with Christmas tales throughout the night, while the tunes will keep on rolling with sets on the decks from THIS IS TOMORROW DJs and can’t-be-bothered-to-bring-their-guitars-but-want-to-turn-up-anyway indie post-punks THE TRAPS and MISSING SID.
Add to that lashings of mulled wine, festive food, a well-stocked bar and plenty of seasonal sparkle and it makes for quite the festive treat. With advance tickets just £5 and free Christmas Dinner pies from Urban Pie with all tickets bought by December 1 you’ll want to get in fast to secure your spot at the hottest party this yuletide.
Tickets from The Victoria or online at www.theticketsellers.co.uk.