The Pop Punk Disas-Tour comes to Newport on this date!
Featuring Ocean Sunset View and Saving Sebastian.
Support comes from Who Saves The Hero?, These Five Years and Picsel
*** Ocean Sunset View ***
Ocean Sunset View are a 3 piece Pop Punk/Punk Rock band from the South West UK. These boys are becoming known for anthemic and often fast punk, as well as being a bit cheeky and writing the odd song about masturbation. Influenced by the likes of Blink 182, Yellowcard and Lagwagon, OSV are already lined up for a bunch of shows and festivals in 2018, as well as a UK tour and a new music video!
Their debut Ep 'On Your Marks...' is available via all online formats, and they currently have 3 music videos. You can find OSV on Facebook, Instagram, Bandsintown, Youtube.
*** Who Saves The Hero? ***
*** Saving Sebastian ***
Saving Sebastian are a lively 4 piece pop punk band from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. 2018 is already shaping up to be their biggest year yet, with plans to head on tour early into the year, hit as many festivals as possible. Aswell as drop their second record for your listening pleasure. Coming fully packed with raw, honest songs and a vastly energetic stage presence that's sure to get you off your feet!
Influenced by Blink-182, New Found Glory, NOFX.
*** These Five Years ***
Formed in late 2016, with members hailing from a variety of bands across England and Wales, These Five Years are a pop punk band based in Cardiff, South Wales. Mixing up Drive-Thru era fast tempos with gritty, emotive vocals, they have been writing songs that aim to be both optimistic and reflective about both the little things and the big, in a constantly changing, inconsistent youth.
They put out their debut single, ‘Persistence’, in July 2017 and released their debut EP 'How it's Been' in Jan 2018. So far they have supported bands such as Trash Boat, Broadside, and Junior at shows across South Wales and the South West. They hope to take their brand of emotional pop punk further afield in 2018, seeing how far it takes them, and how they grow along the way.
Noisy punky DIY pop four or five piece from Swansea UK. Written by accident. Recorded on purpose.
«Jolt of colourful noise electricity» — Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales