From the four corners of Europe and the Middle East, hell-bound for fame and chaos, The Gulps are a rock’n’roll act based in Camden, London. Originally from a small town in La Rioja, Spain, lead singer Harry and his Basque punk guitarist Charlie Green, chased their teenage obsessions with English rock bands across the pond to England. They met their fellow band mates at the Institute Of Contemporary Music Performance - bassist Simon Mouchard from Nantes, France, drummer Raoul Khayat, from Beirut, Lebanon and guitarist Francesco Buffone from Calabria in Southern Italy. Within two weeks of forming they were recording their first demos at Premises studios in Hackney, making songs that merged classic punk and rock’n’roll, ‘60s psychedelia and the gnarled pop charge of The Strokes with the gritty, modern underground intensity of Idles or Shame. Within six months they’d caught the ear of famed producer Youth at a rabid gig at the Camden Monarch. He recorded their debut single ‘The King’s House’: a Hives-meet-Stones confessional, released in March 2019, bawling out true stories from The Gulps’ legendary parties, from the“crazy dancing!” to police raids. This is a 14+ event (under 16s accompanied by an adult).
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