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April 14th 2018 – Off to the races with BAD MANNERS!
We are very excited to be playing with the legendary BAD MANNERS once again, this time at Chepstow Racecourse! Saturday April 14th marks this year’s Grand National at Aintree but the Chepstow Racecourse will be hosting a 7-race card of its own, culminating in a spectacular performance from Busta Bloodvessel and his band. We’ll be providing live music all through the day in the build up to the main event that evening, starting from 12:45pm. So if you fancy coming down for a flutter on the horses and partying the day away, grab yourself a ticket now!
February 2018 – Our upcoming gigs!
2018 has already got off to a great start! After loads of successful gigs in the first few weeks of the year, we will be hitting the road again in February and March! Our first stop is the KES Club in Bristol on Saturday Feb 24th. March begins with performances at Ambleside Social Club in Southend on Friday the 2nd, followed by another show at The Red Lion in Manningtree on Saturday the 3rd. A few weeks later we’ll be making our first appearances at 2 new venues: The Diamond in Mansfield on Friday the 22nd, then The Arches in Coventry on Saturday the 23rd. All the info is on our gig list page, so make sure you check it out! Hope to see you at a show very soon!
October 1st 2017 – 2 RUDE win ‘Best Original Song’ at Newport City Radio’s Love Live Music Awards!
We’re still coming back down to Earth after our song ‘Time is Running Out’ won ‘Best Original Song’ at the Love Live Music Awards. We are over the moon and to everyone who voted and voted for us over all those weeks, we must say a massive THANK YOU!!!
The song features on our EP of original music called ‘Cool Down’ and it will be available to buy at our upcoming gigs!
June 4th 2017 – 2 RUDE perform at the UEFA Champions Festival in Cardiff Bay!
We’re only just coming back down to earth after what’s been an extraordinary weekend for the city of Cardiff and Wales in general, because we were very lucky to be right in the thick of it! We were asked to play at the UEFA Champions Festival, which took place in tandem with the UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff last weekend. The afternoon after the game, we took to the festival’s main stage outside the Wales Millennium Centre to entertain the crowds enjoying the final day of the football-themed festival. The weather wasn’t on our side, but we still had a lot of people brave the elements and watch us play! It was incredible experience for all of us, and we’d just like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone involved with the organisation of the festival (especially the security team) for making it exciting and above all safe.