Honningbarna live in London, 11 April 2012

Honningbarna are already a sensation in their native Norway, where they routinely pack out venues. These five 19 year-olds deliver uncompromising punk-rock. With a cello. We’re proud to be involved in their first UK show at Shacklewell Arms, London, 11 April 2012, with support from The Vex.

“An airtight performance and true, high punk energy from such young kids. A genuine highlight. Norway’s most exciting new band” – Clash

8.00 doors
8.40 The Vex
9.30 Honningbarna

Tickets £4 here and here.

The Shacklewell Arms
71 Shacklewell Lane
Dalston E8 2EB
Map here

“Honningbarna are probably among the best acts to see in the flesh, as their youthful exuberance rarely leaves their shows lacking any punch or vigour. A bundle of aggressive fun.” – Drowned In Sound

“Fast, furious and fiery Norwegian punk rock from a bunch of wild-eyed yahoos who had all the right moves and sterling tunes too. Few will forget their demonic frontman in his blue jumper wielding a cello like a machine-gun in a hurry. I was blown away.” – Eurosonic

“The teenagers storm through a vicious set, frontman Edward Valberg a convulsive mixture of Paul Weller and Ian Curtis.” – The Quietus

“A Panzer division in the shape of Norwegian band Honningbarna take to the stage. These guys are simply incredible. Our eyes were glued to every second.” – State Magazine

“Among the international highlights were Norwegian teenage punk sensations Honningbarna, fronted by an enjoyably intense cello-playing singer. – The Scotsman

“These guys certainly made one of the most killer first impressions on an audience I’ve seen in a very long time.” – shortandsweetnyc


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