with music from
EMILY HOWARD AND THE DILLYBOYS
The Papers started in London in the 1980s. Hitting the London indie charts at number 3 with How Many More, they were not afraid to use pop and rock to put across messages about nuclear meltdowns and war mongering. Now they are back with the same uncompromising stance, and with a new album: A Bad Moon Rising. This event will be a multi-media experience, including world cinema imagery and European music, plus supports. It will be filmed and streamed online across the world ….. so come dressed up!
‘Certainly the best track on “Heat from the Streets” and the best single from a new band this week’
‘Unlike the Gillan effort The Papers Hit hard with “How many More for the third world War?” a clipped attractive Ska reggae beat fusion, illuminated by shining sax breaks and crisp loud production. “Hello Oblivion” the B, is equally convincing’