Great Cynics to play free Deptford show with Crushing, Murderhouse and Our Lives in Cinema

By Aaron Lohan

This Friday 1st September, Great Cynics will be playing a free show at The Bird’s Nest in Deptford, London with Crushing, Murderhouse and Our Lives in Cinema.

The show will be in support of Deptford Reach, an organisation who help provide support to adults from the age of 16 who deal with homelessness, mental health issues, severe poverty, loneliness and social exclusion. Any donations given to this group will be greatly appreciated! More info can be found here.

Earlier this year Great Cynics released their fourth album ‘POSI’ on Specialist Subject Records (UK), Guerilla Asso (FR) and Lame-O Records (US).

Meanwhile, Brighton indie pop act Crushing released their debut self-titled EP earlier this year via Keroleen Records, whilst Murderhouse released their latest EP ‘Self-Doubt’ this year also via Hanger Records. As for Our Lives in Cinema, they currently have one song to their name, ‘I’m Drunk! And None of This Real’, which is taken from their forthcoming debut EP due for release either later this year or in early 2018.

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