Live Preview: Worn Out Tuesdays Return To The Sebright Arms

Secure your free tickets for Worn Out Tuesdays at The Sebright Arms

Worn Out Tuesdays monthly new music fiesta returns to the Sebright Arms (31-35 Coate Street, East London E2 9AG) next Tuesday 7th February supported by Vans, Clash Magazine & 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 ticket HERE.


After taking 18 months out Freddie Long is back with his debut album ‘LOVEXHATE’. Recently signing a distribution deal with Sony Germany. Retaining his honesty but taking his sound into uncharted territory, ‘LOVEXHATE’ is a statement from an artist unafraid to follow his gut. Taking inspiration from artists such as Hans Zimmer to Linkin Park. This album marks a new chapter. 

After years of experimenting with his sound, starting with his debut viral hit ‘Jean’ in 2018, Long began to reconnect with the music he grew up on. A chance meeting with drummer Kieran Leigh led to Long tapping into a whole new energy. Together they’ve got sounds that are harder, rawer and more authentic to who Long is, not only as a performer but as an artist.  

A captivating live performer, Long has performed at The Great Escape, Sundown Festival and BBC Introducing Live and Lollapalooza Berlin. With more shows planned for 2023 and the album to come, we’re excited to see what’s about to unfold. 

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ALT BLK ERA are alternative music sister duo, Nyrobi and Chaya, who break the rules by reaching outside of traditional expectations.

Their genre-bending music is filled with heavy basslines, electric guitars and tongue-twisting rap, where their softer tracks compile of dark strings, haunting harmonies and a chilling, circus-type vibe.

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Balderdasch is the adopted moniker of London based Irish artist, Jessica Matthews. ‘Balderdash’ was her late father’s favourite word to use when she was growing up in Cork, Ireland.

Balderdasch’s music is intensely driven by the lyrics, which stem from her love of folk music as a child, though now you’re as likely to find her listening to Denzel Curry or Confidence Man, as you are to Johnny Cash.

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Secure your free ticket HERE via Dice.

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