PLAYS LONDON’S SEBRIGHT ARMS
REACHES OUT TO MUSIC FANS WHO FEEL UNSAFE AT LIVE SHOWS
READ HER STATEMENT HERE
STREAM THE NEW ALBUM BRACE FOR IMPACT HERE
Bristol’s creative indie powerhouse She Makes War is bringing her glittery, grunge rock to a sold out show at London’s Sebright Arms tomorrow night.
The multi-instrumentalist has been playing shows across the country celebrating the release of her new album Brace For Impact, which went to #15 in the Independent Album Charts and has received critical acclaim from the likes of Kerrang, Louder Than War and The Sun and has been granted PRS Momentum funding.
Armed with songs to persuade and words that bite then linger with the sweetest aftertaste, She Makes War delivers explosive and personal live performances that capture the essence of the new album.
As a DIY, independent force her close relationship with fans is a core part of her success, and with the crowds continuing to grow, hitting the road gives She Makes War a chance to spend time with the independently minded music fans who have made this happen.
However, as a seasoned touring musician She Makes War has learned there are fans who might not make it to shows because they don’t feel they can. In a heartfelt statement she reaches out to all women and non-binary people who may feel uncomfortable or unsafe at shows, assuring them every She Makes War gig provides a safe environment for all, with an atmosphere where like-minded music lovers can enjoy the songs that have formed such a special part of their personal soundtrack for the past eight years.
You can read her interesting and inspirational message HERE.
She Makes War continues her 11 date tour into November, concluding in her home town of Bristol on the 3rd. Remaining dates listed below:
26/10 – Sebright Arms, London
27/10 – Brighton, Hope & Ruin
31/10 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
1/11 – Oxford, Jericho Tavern
2/11 – Southampton, Heartbreakers
3/11 – Bristol, Thekla