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White Family
might sound like the title of an upcoming episode of Embarrassing Bodies, but they are in fact one of London’s most talked about up-and-coming bands. Who, let’s face it, will probably still make you feel slightly nauseous.

Described by NME as ‘deviant and disgusting’ and The Quietus as ‘seriously not well’ the six-piece are releasing their latest single ‘Heaven on Earth’ on Monday the 18th November. If you like your garage guitar bands with a side of grotesque, you’ll love this and if you have any sense at all, you’ll get to one of their upcoming shows. We guarantee it’ll be better than a night in watching Embarrassing Bodies.

Tour dates


1st Manchester Roadhouse
2nd Sheffield Bell Jar
7th London Exhibition 19, Peckham
15th London Queen’s Head, Brixton (Slide In Night)
16th London 12 Bar (Anti Folk Festival)
22nd Brighton Bermuda Traiangle (NME Radar Tour)
23rd Nottingham Rock City Basement (NME Radar Tour)
24th Bristol Exchange (NME Radar Tour)
25th Birmingham Hare & Hounds (NME Radar Tour)
26th Southampton Joiners (NME Radar Tour)
27th Leeds Cockpit (NME Radar Tour)


10th London 100 Club (Split EP launch)