After being put on hold for two years, the first day of The Great Escape left Brighton a quivering mess of elated satisfaction. Pent up energy finally burst, leaving orgasmic bliss, but this is only the beginning. Now, how can day two top that? Part 2 of 3
Pulling out all the stops and putting every single song into the setlist with pure emotion and elation this evening is more than testament to a debut record that has done so much.
London based duo CRASHFACE crashed onto the scene back in 2020 and have since released a string of relentless singles in the run up to dropping their blazing debut EP 'HEAVY INFECTIOUS'. A bombastic blend of alt-rock, infectiously aggressive punk, slamming riffs and sickly-sweet vocals, CRASHFACE are a band that will send a shock through the system. We spoke to vocalist/guitarist Charlie Hinton and bassist Otto Balfour all about their musical influences, the EP release and the importance of the visual aspect to a band's artistry.