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September 2019

Grab a pizza the action with Warmduscher

Get to know the headliners for this year's Christmas Indie Banquet.
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Published: 2:58 pm, December 14, 2018
Grab a pizza the action with Warmduscher

Make room in your Christmas diary, Dork’s teaming up with Leeds promoters Pizza For The People for their annual Christmas Indie Banquet.

The gig will take place at Wharf Chambers in Leeds on Saturday 15th December, with five top new bands and some mouth-watering grub from local vegan fried chicken pop up, VFC.

Playing are Fat White Family o - shoot Warmduscher, South London quintet Hotel Lux, Hull up-and-comers Lumer, and super newbies Wilted and Polevaulter.

We tackled Warmduscher’s Lightnin’ Jack Everett to nd out more about his band.

Hey Lightnin' Jack Everett, how’s it going? Having a good 2018 so far?
It's been a good year, pretty busy.

How has the tour you’re just finishing up gone, it looks like you guys have been all over the place this summer?

It went really well, everyone's still speaking to each other, and no one got bottled. We've been to a few festivals in Europe and the UK and done two UK tours. We're going to SXSW next year and possibly more, but it's a secret. We just want to experience as many time zones as we can and sample the tap water in bars all over the world.

How are you all feeling following the release of your second album, happy with how it’s been received? Has everything gone to plan?

I can't speak for everyone, but I think it's gone pretty well. Everything is going to plan, we've already started on the next one.

What’s your favourite thing about the record, have your feelings towards it changed as you get further away from having finished it?

The recording process, that was a lot of fun. It was great working with Dan Carey and his style of recording/producing worked really well with us, so we're gonna work with him again in the future. It's one of the only albums that I can listen to without getting bored after a few repeats, so that probably counts for something.

You guys are playing Pizza For The People’s Indie Banquet this December, if Warmduscher were a pizza, what would your toppings be?

Fentanyl, sand and a little bit of PCP.

What’s the best thing about a Warmduscher live show?

The tantric release. A lot of people come up to me afterwards with a renewed sense of well-being and enhanced virility. Some have compared our live shows to an audience with the Bhagwan.

What else do you lot have coming up?

The new album will be ready in the near future; apart from that, many, many exciting secrets, shows and surprises. My lawyer has advised me to make no further comments.

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