Brudenell presents...

Household Dogs + CVC + Gawjuss


Listen as Household Dogs wash over you, pulling you into their own enigmatic world.

 Recalling the claustrophobic confines of 80s post-punk and dripping in new wave, the Leeds-based six-piece have been breeding genres, crafting a sound of their very own.

 Their influences are apparent. From Echo & The Bunnymen to Einstürzende Neubauten, Nick Cave to Leonard Cohen, all can be heard in the distance.

 At its core it is storytelling. Rhythms and melodies frame the purring poetic verse from which pastiches of love and desperation, images of modernity, popular icons and Christ-like figures all emerge, swimming from the cathedrals of sound.

 Over their short history Household Dogs have become synonymous with their inexorable live performances in which intensity and vulnerability collide, with notable performances at festivals such as Reading & Leeds, Live At Leeds and Wild Paths.

 With each release Household Dogs have become more comfortable in their own skin and sound, a fact that has not gone unnoticed by the press. With airtime on BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 6, Amazing Radio and features in online tastemakers such as The Revue and Back Seat Mafia the reach of their music has grown to new heights.

 2022 has already played host to the release of their debut EP with both singles ‘Jesus In Leather’ and ‘To Be Adored gaining widespread attention including on BBC Radio 6 and BBC introducing airplay. ‘Household Dogs have excelled themselves again with Jesus In Leather’ - DJ Tom Robinson.

 May 20th 2022 saw the release of their single ‘Dead Cool’ released on vinyl in partnership with Leeds label and indie champions Come Play With Me.

 Every aspect of the song is sensational. - The Revue (Canadian Tastemaker) on ‘Jesus In Leather’

 ‘This is the real deal - No ifs, no buts: Just click "Play" and hear for yourself. A straight 10 out of 10' - Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6/Fresh on the Net) on ‘Is This All’

 ‘Household Dogs have excelled themselves again with Jesus In Leather’ - Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6/Fresh on the Net) on ‘Jesus In Leather’
 BBC Radio DJ Emily Pilbeam’s ‘Hottest ticket’ in Feb 2022

Have a listen…

Friday 8th July 2022

Price: Free Entry

Doors 19:30

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