All aboard for The Soft Pack boat party


with support from The Speak & The Spells & the Swanton Bombs+ djs Heavenly Jukebox (punk set) & Rockfeedback.

It’s on Wednesday 10th of March on the Tamesis Dock Boat, Albert Embankment, Vauxhall

The Soft Pack are no strangers to an inimitable live performance, having stormed L.A earlier this year playing 10 shows in 1 day. Now the San Diego quartet, who released their razor sharp eponymous classic debut last month through Heavenly, embark on a voyage in collaboration with Rockfeedback. On wed 10th of March they will venture down to the docked Tamesis boat on the Albert Embankment for a very special, intimate evening to showcase their taut, punky brand of garage rock. With the iconic Thames as a backdrop, plus support from the vital, two pronged blues/ rock attack of Swanton Bombs and Speak & The Spells, it should prove to be a vital occasion for some good ole swashbuckling frivolity and rock & roll swagger. Heavenly Jukebox DJ’s and Rockfeedback DJ’s will be taking to the decks, hopefully on the deck.

The recent sold out Soft Pack tour was full to the brim with blistering, spine-tingling highlights and this is a unique chance to catch them live again, upon the open seas! These golden tickets are limited so time is of the essence when booking, and can be purchased here;

This show will take place on Wednesday 10th March on the Tamesis Dock boat, Albert Embankment, Vauxhall/ Waterloo, London SE1 7TP.

the 10 tunes that make up The Soft Pack are so damn great and fast and short and sharp and perfect that it forces you to compare it to other classic rock & roll debuts.” 5/5 The Stool Pigeon

The band’s self titled debut is an exhilarating, 30 minute tumble taking in The Only Ones, early R.E.M, and The Modern Lovers, their lo-fi charm replaced by a new dynamic fuzz.” — Mojo

these 10 songs show the band once called The Muslims laying hungry claim to the new decade Short, but extremely sharp.” — Q

“Sometimes you need to believe a scene or movement will save your life. Other times, there’s nothing wrong being casually blown away by a record like The Soft Pack” 8/10 Drowned in Sound

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