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An Evening with She Drew The Gun

Featuring support from Louise Fazakerley

Under the moniker She Drew The Gun, songwriter Louisa Roach began playing solo gigs around Liverpool. She quickly caught the attention of The Coral’s James Skelly and began working with him at Skeleton Key Records, recruiting band members along the way.

At first glance, Roach’s fuzzy psych-pop may suggest that the Wirral-born songwriter is another ‘Cosmic Scouser’, but then you’re drawn into the spirit of rebellion, with songs that rally against injustice and celebrate outsiderdom. Roach’s LPs have received critical acclaim, with one included in BBC Radio 6 Music’s top 10 albums of 2018. In 2019, the band completed a sold-out UK tour and played a string of UK festivals including main stage performances at Glastonbury and Blue Dot among others.

Having played virtual gigs throughout the pandemic, She Drew The Gun now return with a run of intimate unplugged shows, stripping it back and playing around with songs and poems from across three albums and more.

‘It’s another great lesson in poetic politics’
Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6 Music

‘The hugely outspoken Merseyside talent remains an utter inspiration’
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