Beach Riot, Noah & The Loners And Currls For Worn Out Tuesday’s March Instalment

Secure your free tickets for Tuesday March 7th at The Sebright Arms now...

Worn Out Tuesday’s monthly new music fiesta returns to the Sebright Arms (31-35 Coate Street, East London E2 9AG) next Tuesday (March 7th) supported by Vans, Clash Magazine, and Venn Records.

A free entry showcase dedicated to supporting the best new acts on the scene across genres. At a time when money is tight we are here to bring the best emerging artists to the stage without hitting your bank balance.

This month sees a trio of acts take to the stage, secure your free tickets HERE.


Beach Riot make everything look easy. Loping riffs, DIY production, and searing vocals, the three-piece has that innate sense of cool that runs through Stephen Malkmus, or Josh Homme, even.

A force to be reckoned with. A blizzard of riffs, melodies, and interlocking identities, the multi-national three-piece are coming into their own.

In their own words, three best mates who love nothing more than getting together and making music so loud, chest thumping, sweaty and catchy that all you want to do is join their party and never leave. That’s it, that’s the band’s whole point of existence. We invite you to jump in head first and be part of our club.


Punk teens Noah And The Loners are fronted by 17-year-old singer songwriter Noah Lonergan on vocals and guitar, with Amber Welsh (bass), Joseph Boyle (guitar) and Noah Riley (drums) completing the line-up.

Noah has something to say and he’s saying it loud. His powerful songs capture the zeitgeist of Gen Z – from personal tracks on teenage love and his experience of toxic masculinity as a trans man, to political blasts at racism, corruption and the climate crisis. The band’s sound is influenced by OG legends X-Ray Spex, The Clash and Buzzcocks, along with the alternative stylings of Idles, Paramore and Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes.

Noah’s first band Polarized Eyes gained national airplay on Tom Robinson’s BBC Introducing Mixtape on 6Music, when Noah was just 14. Subsequent tracks gained stellar reviews and radio play on the likes of
BBC Radio 1, Radio X, BBC 6Music and Amazing Radio. Continuing his precocious success,
Noah is the youngest artist ever to be signed to Marshall Records.


Currls are an independent garage rock trio that will leave you feeling ready to take on the world. From humble beginnings forming in 2017, this Brighton-Based trio have steadily been making a name for themselves. Their compelling mix of garage rock, punk and pop has landed them on BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens Introducing Show and caught the attention of BBC Introducing’s Melita Dennett, who hunted them down after hearing them at The Great Escape Festival.

Most recently, the band were featured on Glastonbury Festival’s Emerging talent longlist 2022 so are definitely ones to watch. Currls have big plans and they’re already paving their way to something very

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Event Info:

Tuesday March 7th 2023

Sebright Arms

31-35 Coate St,

London E2 9AG

Secure your free tickets HERE.

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