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Tomorrow: Petrol Girls Set A Tiny London Dive Bar Ablaze

Tune in tomorrow to see Petrol Girls bring their raging feminist hardcore punk to London

The last time we were in our favourite dive bar of Blondies, London, Canadian punks PUP damn-near brought the roof down with their fast and furious set of absolute ragers. Now we’re back again with more punk offerings, courtesy of feminist hardcore crew Petrol Girls.

Months after the release of their 4K-rated album Cut & Stitch, the UK-based quartet belted out raucous 30-minute set in front of a packed-out bar in East London.

If you’re new to Petrol Girls, allow us to introduce you. We described their latest record as ” challenging record that puts you outside your comfort zone… to make you sit up and pay attention, something the world needs to do now more than ever.” And the venom coarsing through the veins of Cut & Stitch is just as evident in the band’s live show.

If you’re a fan of Gouge Away and Pkew Pkew Pkew, then get stuck into this.

To watch the action for yourself, head to to our Facebook page tomorrow, October 10, at 7:30pm BST (2:30pm EST / 11:30am PST), for an exclusive livestream of Petrol Girls’ London K! Pit performance.

Here’s just a glimpse of what went down.

Petrol Girls in the K! Pit
Petrol Girls in the K! Pit
Petrol Girls in the K! Pit
Petrol Girls in the K! Pit

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Before Petrol Girls tomorrow though, why not dig in to some of these K! Pits:

Posted on October 9th 2019, 6:00pm
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