Queer as Punk presents: Petrol Girls
Queer as Punk is back sooner not later because Edinburgh Queers need punk NOW.
Raging Feminist Post Hardcore from the UK and Austria.
"These are songs that rip through time, across borders and into psyches" - NPR
Comfort are defiantly queer in social landscape which proves to be fertile ground for transphobic backlash. They have reinterpreted the ethos of punk music for the 21st century sending a clear message that they hold no interest in finding a middle ground with bigotry. In an industry where playlists are king, and aesthetic rules, Comfort are unconcerned with fitting in. As the validity of trans identities is consistently in question, Comfort create music demanding freedom not tolerance.
Unspeakable Monday write music to relate to their fans via topics of relationships, toxic situations and mental health. They are a group who strive to create an open and safe space for everyone no matter their gender, sexuality or race to help people find a place to belong.
Wheelchair accessible venue with accessible toilet. Gender neutral toilets. Please message organiser through Queer as Punk socials if you need a seat or any other accommodations.
We don’t tolerate racism, sexism or transphobia. Please let us know if you harassed at our event.
Up the Queer Punks!
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