She Drew The Gun

'+ The Menstrual Cramps + Tourists

Thu 01 Jan 1970

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£12 (£10)*

Time

Doors 7.30pm

She Drew The Gun

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She Drew The Gun

+ The Menstrual Cramps
+ Tourists


Stage Times:

  • Tourists: 7.30pm – 8pm
  • The Menstrual Cramps: 8.15pm – 8.45pm
  • She Drew The Gun 9pm -10.30pm

Louisa Roach isn’t a protest singer. The ambitious, melodic psych pop this Merseyside artist makes under the moniker She Drew The Gun is too abstract for that label, more dreamy than didactic. But it’s fair to say this rising star – winner of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent contest in 2016 – works adjacent to that tradition, taking inspiration from the likes of underground folk legend Malvina Reynolds, and contemporary poets such as Kate Tempest and Manchester’s Toria Garbutt.

Roach – born, raised and currently residing on the Wirral – brings a queer feminist energy to this rather male-dominated lineage. She was an ‘80s kid, raised by a hard-working single-parent mother and loving nan in nearby Birkenhead. As a kid, Roach was tomboyish, a footie fan with a competitive streak. She started playing guitar at 13 and was soon performing Oasis covers at friends’ parties. Music was a hobby at that point, a bedroom passion that fell by the wayside as teenage life and, a little later, motherhood took over [Roach has a 12 year-old son].

Venue: Exeter Phoenix, Auditorium

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