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Citizen Fish + Support

Start
June 21, 2019
End
June 21, 2019
Address
Lower Gunstone Bideford EX39 2DE   View map
Phone:
01237 478860

The Palladium Club is please to welcome Ska Punk legends Citizen Fish to Bideford for another amazing night of music!

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/ZgY5BZLDGcw

+ Support

Tickets: £10.00 adv – £12.00 Door

For 2 decades Citizen Fish has been touring the world: turning gatherings, benefits, and social gigs into an international never-ending weekend. These five dudes from the UK, Dick (vocals), Phil (guitar), Jasper (bass), Silas (drums) and recent (2006) arrival Matt [ex-King Prawn] on trombone have, along with Alex on trumpet [uk] or Miguel on trombone and Jessica on trumpet/sax [usa], created a blend of punk, ska, and straight up rock’n’roll that appeals to the sing-a-long music fans and even the “muso” musician types that typically dismiss punks as not being able to play their instruments. But it’s not so much the fact that they are some of the most talented musicians in England, it’s what they say and how they say it. In a fun loving, all inclusive way, Citizen Fish (and their previous outfits Culture Shock and the legendary Subhumans) have brought working class radical politics to generations of questioning minds via their hopeful, danceable music. Whereas other bands have flavor-of-the-month teenyboppers hording to their concerts, Citizen Fish have established an open and always growing family. The idealistic unifying tone of Dick’s lyrics, coupled with the catchy driving riffs of the band, allow the Fish to appeal to a wide variety of folks. Touring with the Fish is more like a good family vacation than working as a cog in the ugly and never-ending corporate world of rock’n’roll promotions. Everywhere the Fish goes, a friendly conversation is sure to follow. Familiar dancing faces in every town, beers and vegetarian meals, and local activists filling the gig halls with information, ideas, and inspiration for positive change is what Citizen Fish are all about.

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The Palladium Club is please to welcome Ska Punk legends Citizen Fish to Bideford for another amazing night of music!

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/ZgY5BZLDGcw

+ Support

Tickets: £10.00 adv – £12.00 Door

For 2 decades Citizen Fish has been touring the world: turning gatherings, benefits, and social gigs into an international never-ending weekend. These five dudes from the UK, Dick (vocals), Phil (guitar), Jasper (bass), Silas (drums) and recent (2006) arrival Matt [ex-King Prawn] on trombone have, along with Alex on trumpet [uk] or Miguel on trombone and Jessica on trumpet/sax [usa], created a blend of punk, ska, and straight up rock’n’roll that appeals to the sing-a-long music fans and even the “muso” musician types that typically dismiss punks as not being able to play their instruments. But it’s not so much the fact that they are some of the most talented musicians in England, it’s what they say and how they say it. In a fun loving, all inclusive way, Citizen Fish (and their previous outfits Culture Shock and the legendary Subhumans) have brought working class radical politics to generations of questioning minds via their hopeful, danceable music. Whereas other bands have flavor-of-the-month teenyboppers hording to their concerts, Citizen Fish have established an open and always growing family. The idealistic unifying tone of Dick’s lyrics, coupled with the catchy driving riffs of the band, allow the Fish to appeal to a wide variety of folks. Touring with the Fish is more like a good family vacation than working as a cog in the ugly and never-ending corporate world of rock’n’roll promotions. Everywhere the Fish goes, a friendly conversation is sure to follow. Familiar dancing faces in every town, beers and vegetarian meals, and local activists filling the gig halls with information, ideas, and inspiration for positive change is what Citizen Fish are all about.