Up and coming Welsh lads Astroid Boys are bringing their grime and punk/hardcore blend to stages across the UK.

Having seen Astroid Boys perform late last year, I know the kick they can give, and because of this, I am thoroughly looking forward to their upcoming tour in March of this year. If you haven’t heard of them before, get on it! Perfectly blending grime and punk/hardcore sounds, the Cardiff lads are setting things off in Brighton on the 7th March at The Haunt, moving onto the venues listed below. The band released Broke, their debut album last year and, after seeing support from the likes of Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, they’re certainly destined for great things.

Channelling the thoughts of a generation who feel ignored and unheard, they break through the mould with a unique and creative sound; something new to treat your ears to. The band have developed not only a fan base, but a voice to represent that fan base which encompasses multiple sub-cultures and perspectives. For this reason, they have been able to support the likes of Trash Talk and Deez Nuts, as well as Public Enemy, Skepta and Stormzy. Moreover, they have played at Reading and Leeds, Download, Boomtown, Latitude and T in the Park Festivals.

This March, Astroid Boys will be performing at the following venues:

7th: The Haunt, Brighton
8th: The Dome, London
9th: Waterfront Studio, Norwich
10th: Asylum, Birmingham
11th: Rebellion Rock Bar, Manchester
13th: Riverside, Newcastle
14th: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
15th: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
30th: Cardiff Students’ Union – Y Plas, Cardiff

Tickets are selling at a rapid rate so snap them up quick! Astroid Boys are not an act you want to miss out on and if you are fortunate enough to see one of their shows, believe me, you will not be disappointed. They pack a punch and fill the venue with energy like you’ve never seen before.

Don’t delay! Get your tickets while you still can at:


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