Siren: Iconic 80’s lesbian band reforms after 30-year gap

Besi Besemar September 12, 2018

They are still writing, still rocking and still radical!

SIREN, an ‘80’s Brighton lesbian band, reformed after nearly a 30-year gap, are, once again, pushing the boundaries with their Indie Rock songs.

Featuring expressive vocals, excellent musicianship and quirky humour, Siren will deliver a night of politics and post punk fun!

They will be joined by The Cheer Up Mollys, a five-piece folk, acoustic, Americana band featuring stunning vocal harmonies with a blend of unique arrangements accompanied by guitar, ukulele, mandolin and bass, with song choices ranging from bluegrass and country to ‘rescued’ pop songs. Guaranteed to produce goose bumps!

Siren is a five-piece band whose 1980’s albums are Siren in Queer Street and  Siren Plays. Some members were in Devil’s Dykes and Bright Girls (“Vaultage 78” and “80”).

The Cheer Up Mollys are made up of long-time friends and musical collaborators, with various members playing in Kitchen Girls, Qukulele and The Forte Four.

Event: Siren and The Cheer Up Mollys

Where: The Brunswick Pub, 1 Holland Road, Hove BN3 1JF

When: Sunday, October 21, 2018

Time: 7pm

Cost: £5 in advance, £7 on the door.

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