Kite Thief is a high-voltage expanse of catharsis; an ecstatic space of rage, and a playful moment in time to lose yourself, without fear. Emanating from Bristol, the five-piece blend their diverse influences with the spice of disrupting & confronting toxic social norms. Their melting pot of intoxicating melodies, pummelling rhythms, & unrelenting riffs forges a captivating vibration that you can’t help being absorbed by. Influenced by the likes of Spiritbox, Holding Absence and Vukovi, Kite Thief’s music invites the listener to face their darkness, whilst simultaneously empowering through acceptance, understanding, love and having as much fun as possible! Trailblazing through the UK scene, Kite Thief leaves a sweet but gritty taste in every city they call upon. Come in and take a bite, we know you’ll like it. Fresh from blistering performances at 2000 Trees Festival and Wildfire Festival and sharing stages with the likes of RXPTRS, Of Virtue, and InMe, Kite Thief will release their new single ‘The Tide’ on the 11th August 2023. The single starts the next phase for the band which promises to grab your attention!

What sets Exit Child apart from other bands? Nothing. We all just want to be heard, to be understood. We want to make music that matters. Exhibiting an introspective dissection of compassionate anarchism, Exit Child are a band who stand with the disillusioned of their time - encapsulating both suffering and hope; the pain of disempowerment and the beauty of empowerment. Having not long begun seizing UK stages with their “grungy circus of angst and anarchy” (Upset), this Bristol band deliver jarring pulses, seething guitars and emotionally riotous vocals with “a barrage of bold, bare-chested bravado” (Kerrang!). The band have recently supported The Dirty Nil and played 2000 Trees and will now play Misery Loves Company Festival alongside Yonaka and more.

Event: Sunday 19 May, 7:30pm
Bar Open: 6:30pm
Ticket: £6 Adv / £8 OTD / £5 YP

  • Kite Thief x Exit Child Tour Banner

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