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Pleasure Venom is STOKED to have been invited to perform in England! During these strange days, music is more important than ever in uniting people, building bridges, and "partying in the face of pain." We're very fortunate to have been offered this opportunity to commune with our neighbors across the pond, but to get there, we need your help!
Please share with friends and family! Everyone who donates and/or shares will be entered in a drawing to receive PV gear and gear/gift cards from other artist/musician friends! If you only share, your name will be entered once. For each $10 you donate, your name will be entered once in the drawing. There will be a Grand Prize and 2nd & 3rd Place Prizes! More details to come!
If you're interested in donating to the giveaway or have any other questions, please contact us!
9/10 - Eagle Inn - Manchester
9/11 - CHUNK - Leeds
9/13 - New Cross Inn - London
9/14 - Loud Women Fest - London
Plane tickets: $3200
About the Band:
Explosive experimental garage punk outfit Pleasure Venom of Austin, TX, explores topics of love, sex, resentment, and the general "absurdity of it all," consistently blasting audiences with a firehose deluge of fierce femme-punk rock.
In December 2015 Pleasure Venom released their debut EP. The five song EP entitled Hunt features heavy riffs, dancey melodies, and strong vocals.
In December 2017 the band released their second EP entitled Seize. The six song EP was produced by Kana Harris of Xetas, engineered by Ward Rogers, and recorded at The Recording Conservatory of Austin. The next few months moved quickly as the singers directorial debut “ Seize” (released March 2018) and “These Days” (released June 2018) were both picked up to acclaim by Afropunk. In July of 2018, Afropunk named Pleasure Venom one of the Top 8 New Punk Bands on the Planet.
Their latest EP, Pleasure Venom, was recorded at Wolfshield Ranch in Austin, TX, July of 2018. The self-titled EP was self-produced by Pleasure Venom and engineered by Elliott Frazier of Ringo Deathstarr. It was released November 2018 to critical acclaim, and Afropunk named them on their list of "The 8 Punkest Bands on the Planet Right Now."
Campbell's third directorial foray, entitled "Deth," was again picked up by Afropunk in early 2019, and they toured the US with Garbage in early summer.
“...It was wild, careering and chaotic and Audrey [Campbell, singer] is just amazing. She’s so unique. In this climate, everyone is so homogenised. Female artists particularly sound like one another, then you get this wild firebrand and that’s exciting.”
-Shirley Manson of Garbage in NME
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