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LIVE: Witch Fever @ Le Pub


Playing gigs, confronting societal norms, and smashing genre restrictions, Witch Fever have built momentum over the six years since their formation, with their debut album Congregation being released towards the end of last. Now it was time for them to jump in a van, press the clutch, and adventure across the country with a bang for their first ever UK tour. Stopping off in Newport, Witch Fever head to Le Pub for their tour in conjunction with The National Lottery and Music Venue Trust’s United By Music Headline Tour; the two companies in collaboration to support and celebrate grassroot music venues with a run of tours and shows from the likes of Blossoms, Cat Burns, and Opus Kink.


In a whirlwind of intense and raucous energy, Witch Fever take to stage for a triumphant return to Wales. In a set that was short but sweet at only 40 minutes, the quartet showcase genre defying capabilities that break down every barrier created with a give-no-shit attitude and a rage against oppression.



Witch Fever open their talons and hook you in for an exhilarating journey of metal sensibilities and a hauntingly alluring presence, dispensing riffs and instrumentals that sounds as if they’re barrelling towards the closed gates of hell, which barge open with an eye-watering, punk fuelled battle of defiance, inequality, and a potent punch to the face of the patriarchy for good measure. And although that punch is strong, you still find yourself eagerly awaiting more.


Witch Fever continue their UK tour throughout September and join Manchester's Hot Milk as support in November.


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