Alphabetti Theatre Presents
End Credits supported by Labyrinthine Oceans LIVE on The D’Addario Stage
Friday 22nd December 2023
Support: 20:30 (25min set) - Labyrinthine Oceans
Headline: 21:00 (50min set) – End Credits
Tickets: £10 full, £5 concession, £3 no questions (limited to 10 and online only)
Running Time: Approx. 90 minutes
Age Rec: 16+
Covid-19 Policy: We are no longer operating social distancing, and face coverings are encouraged but not mandatory–our policy is reviewed fortnightly.
End Credits is a four-piece psychedelic-indie-rock band from Teesside, England. Formed in 2018 under the name 'WhiteNoise.', the band is composed of: Cameron Young (vocals and guitar), Adam Bracchi (guitar), Blaise Pickering (bass) and Eddy Mason-Pooley (drums and production).
Originally performing covers in local pubs, they began writing original material, sparking the songs 'No More', 'Life In Ruin' and 'Middle Man'. With great recepetion from audiences this encouraged them to start creating more music, distilling a unique sound through exploring many genres.
End Credit’s biggest project was the release of their debut album ‘The Traveller’, a two year process of writing and recording song by song. Featuring the singles ‘No More’, ‘Middle Man’ and ‘Gallop’, the album has since gained thousands of streams and been received well with fans and since have released their follow up 'B Sides & Demos' of the album with brand new track 'Forsythia'.
The band are most known for their energetic live performances, having played amongst the likes of 'The Sherlocks', 'Circa Waves', and 'Sleeper' at local festival Stockton Calling. Earlier in the year they enjoyed playing in front of a sold out crowd at The Georgian Theatre, but perhaps their proudest moment would be winning the first 'Battle of the Bands' competition hosted at NE Volume last year.
Support from Labyrinthine Oceans
a Newcastle based female fronted experimental alt rock band (try saying that three times), which fully formed in early 2022. They create dreamscapes of guitar based noise, featuring soaring guitar solos and sultry but slightly gritty vocals. Inspired by 90s alt, grunge, psychedelia, shoegaze and good old rock and roll, they create something that is not necessarily identifiable but very much exciting. Labyrinthine Oceans pair their eclectic soundscapes with captivating visuals, both live and across their various social platforms (@labyrinthineoceans)
Featured on BBC Introducing by Nick Roberts and Rebecca Cook regularly, they've landed a spot on the BBC Introducing June 2023 playlist following the release of their debut studio EP 'The Deep End'. They also appeared on a BBC Introducing stage at Summer Streets festival 2022 and are regulars on the Newcastle show. They also have the support of local press and can often be spotted in NARC., The Crack and NE Volume magazine with rave reviews and features. Fans of Radiohead, my bloody valentine, Beach House, Joy Division, Avenged Sevenfold, Nirvana, Slowdive and Hole may find glimmers of influence sprinkled throughout L.O <3