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Our Propaganda + The Collision + Myriad

Don't Miss Out
Time: Friday 7.30pm
Cost: £5.00

Student Discount – £3 with Student I.D.
Uniformed Services Discount – £3 with I.D.
Online ticket deal – buy 4 tickets for £16!
General Admittance – £5
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It is with a great deal of excitement that we are able to finally announce the pre-release of “Fast Food At Midnight”, the title track off of our upcoming debut album! Two track, physical CD’s will be available at the show in a limited run of just 200 units – these are available on a first come, first serve basis on the night. In addition to this, we will also be filming footage of the show for use in a future music video, as well as the album being played in full over The 1865’s monstrous PA, throughout the course of the night! If this wasn’t enough, we will also be playing the entire album live, including the performance of a previously unheard track AND we will be releasing a whole host of new merchandise on the night! So, what are you waiting for Preachers? Grab your tickets and #KeepSpreadingIt!

The 1865
Brunswick Square, Southampton SO14 3AR
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Our Propaganda:
Having recently finished their debut album with renowned producer Steve Lyon (Depeche Mode, The Cure, etc.) Our Propaganda also boast a gig history spanning over half a dozen countries, sharing the bill with big name acts such as The Answer, Razorlight and Ken Hensley (of Uriah Heep fame). Packing stadium sized guitar lines and a roaring backbeat, Our Propaganda blend the old with the new, straddling genres and never failing to excite – with atmospheric anthems and poignant themes that stem from the reality of our times, the only goal is to #KeepSpreadingIt.

The Collision:

The Collision are a Pop Rock band from Portsmouth, UK. They collide their big singalong choruses along with an engaging live performance.


Myriad are an Indie Pop-Rock band based in Southampton. Since the release of their first 2019 single “Start Again”, Myriad have already have already created a buzz with multiple radio features and local headline and support shows. “Start Again” was playlisted two weeks in a row on Voice FM and was their Homegrown Hit from the 3rd-10th April. It has been described by DJ Simon Wilson as “A brilliant slice of pop, indie and punk.” Following their successful campaign for “Castle of Sand” all about supporting the Southampton music scene, their next single “Tate” is out now everywhere!

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