Floral Image

Saturday 16 September, 2023 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
John Peel Centre
Church Walk
Stowmarket IP14 1ET
£8 Adv. £10 Otd.
John Peel Centre for Creative Arts
01449 774678

Floral Image are a psychedelic pop band from the third-eye of Norwich, UK. Formed in 2019, their sound is the reincarnation of the summer sun, spun into a perpetual party twilight. They harness the noise and drive of early 70’s psychedelic titans Hawkwind – with a bright helping of neo-psych acts such as King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Tame Impala – whilst still incorporating an acid house groove underneath their bright and luscious melodies.

The band’s early demos were championed on BBC Introducing by both Huw Stephens and Jamz Supernova, featuring on the 2020 ‘Ones To Watch Show’ alongside Dry Cleaning and Porridge Radio. Following the release of their first singles, they have sold out shows across the country, including supporting Triptides, Flamingods and Flying Moon In Space, where their live show has proven to spiral audiences into trancelike, grooving hedonism.

Their debut EP ‘So Synthesised’ released in April 2023 whereby tracks ‘Babe & The Devil’ and ‘Gallipoli’ were supported by Under The Radar, BBC 6 Music’s Amy Lamé and Tom Robinson, John Kennedy on Radio X and Shell Zenner on Amazing Radio.

Join them in the neverending solstice. Forever.


+ Support from:

Red Mar

Red Mar produce an experimental and highly visceral form of rock music. The project was born out of the improvisations between two members in high school, and has since established a group of musicians who together create a precise and expressive form of noise-rock, while eschewing simple categorisation. Their live shows are confrontational, and their recorded material enveloping and unpredictable. With an equal measure of ritualistic grooves and repetition against a ruthless rawness. Since 2019 they have performed in and around East Anglia and London, supporting the likes of GNOD, Show Me The Body and more.




Feral Family

As their name suggests, Feral Family are hungry and relentless: it’s in their DNA. Quietly simmering away in the seaside town of Bridlington on the East Coast of Yorkshire, their music has been hailed as “a perfect blend of haunting vocals mixed with an in-your-face sound akin to Foals” by BBC Introducing.

With previous singles that have charted at #3 and #1 in the iTunes Rock Chart, and gained airplay on Amazing RadioTotal Rock and more. Recent release “Spice King” was featured on The Independent’s ‘Now Hear This’ playlist, received airplay on BBC Introducing Humberside and attracted praise from a range of tastemaker blogs including God Is In The TVSoundsphere Magazine and Flare Music with the latter enthusing: “It’s bloody hard to release something that feels authentically new these days, but “Spice King” is a catastrophically raw form of originality. Unfathomably strong.” Follow-up single “Smother” was equally praised, with When The Horn Blows praising: “Feral Family is like a drug, and ‘Smother’ hits the spot once again.”

Bottling the lightning of their mesmeric live performance in the studio, Feral Family are wildly independent and utterly driven with a raison d’être to become known as the UK’s most crucial live band.




Doors open 7.30pm

Tickets £8.00 Adv. / £10 Otd.

Book online (fee applies) or call our Box Office on 01449 774678 (open 10am to 2pm weekdays).

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