Bristol punk/alt band The Pleasure Dome have aired their new single “Down The Alley“, and its accompanying video.
The song is taken from their upcoming debut album ‘EQUINOX‘, due to be released on September 22 via Hound Gawd! Records. Get it here.
Watch the Spike Hopewell & Tom Rogers-directed video below.
Formed in July 2019, the band is comprised of: Bobby Spender (vocals and guitar), Loz Fancourt (bass and backing vocals), and Alex ‘Bert’ Elvin (drums). Known for their high intensity live set they mix a lively punk sound with grunge and indie rock. In the lyrics, Bobby discusses themes of love, drug addiction and recovery, his struggles with mental health, therapy and issues in society such as austerity and social media. “We’re three friends who love to play music really. I write these songs about moments in life, things I’ve learned or don’t understand. We’re loud but we also like the delicate moments too, the calm and the thunder”.
The Pleasure Dome Autumn Tour 2023 Dates:
28/09 – The Grace, London, UK
29/09 – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton, UK
50/09 — The Crofters Rights, Bristol, UK
05/10 – The Oporto, Leeds, UK
10/10 – Merleyn, Nijmegen, NL
11/10 – Patronaat, Hall 3, Haarlem, NL
12/10 — Hofman, Utrecht, NL
13/10 – De Oefenhunker, Landgraaf, NL
14/10 – Here’s The Thing Festival, Tilburg, NL
Photo credit: Josh Wood