Invisible Llama Music presents:

Exchange Bar Sessions #8 ft. Warren Mallia, Toodles & The Hectic Pity and Quiet Baby Sharks

Exchange, Bristol, GB

Entry Requirements: 14+ (Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)

Invisible Llama Music proudly present...

Exchange Bar Sessions #8


The Exchange Bar Sessions have quickly become the stuff of legends, forever intwined into the folklore of the Bristol music scene. You'll know the drill by now: we invite some of our favourite punk artists and bands to play intimate stripped-down sets, serve vegan white Russians, make friends and make terrible posters.

This one is extra special. Exactly one year (and five unimportant days) on from the first ever Bar Sessions, we're back with our best lineup to date.

The show is, as always, FREE ENTRY, but please throw in a donation for the acts and help support awesome up and coming musicians.

Performing for your pleasure:

Warren Mallia [Grand-Pop / The Attika State]

After one of (if not the) best set from this year's Deadpunk Special, we're SO excited that Warren is finally playing a Bar Session. We can't think of anyone better to headline our first anniversary show!

Toodles & the Hectic Pity

The best band in the world are bringing the pizza boxes back. They headlined the first ever Bar Sessions and haven't played another one since. This is going to be really special.

Quiet Baby Sharks [acoustic Little Baby Sharks]

Bristol's fastest rising supergroup reach new heights once again, performing stripped back versions of all the RAGERs. The band formed partly down to Luke being coerced into doing a solo set at Bar Sessions #4. It's pretty fucking cool to see how far they've come.

As always: no dick heads, tories or alpacas.

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Exchange Bar Sessions #8 ft. Warren Mallia, Toodles & The Hectic Pity and Quiet Baby Sharks
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