Queer Feminist pop-punk-rockers Colour Me Wednesday may have been away from the live circuit for a little while, but they’re back with their empowering, energy-fuelled offerings on 19th November for a special preview show of their second album.
Lots has happened since their 2013 début I Thought It Was Morning, and the new release will reflect upon the band’s collective experiences of being young queer adults and trying to get by day to day.
To celebrate the upcoming new record, they’ll be having an album showcase gig at DIY Space For London – playing new, never-before-played material alongside some old favourites. This is a one off show before they start recording the album, and the band’s only London headline show of 2017. And as if that wasn’t enough, everyone who buys a ticket will be able to pre-order the new album and merch before anyone else!
Colour Me Wednesday play DIY Space For London on 19th November with support from Get In Her Ears faves Charmpit, and queer punx Jellie Rolls!
No racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia or abelist behaviour will be tolerated at Colour Me Wednesday shows.