It's a cold, wet Sunday night in Manchester and the very walls of The Star & Garter are creaking in response to the heaving mass who've just indulged in the reverential experience of a Single Mothers live set. Bewilderingly, even their support sets contain the passion and fury that most bands can only dream of capturing in their headline sets.
New York hardcore punk has been one of the most forward-thinking and flexible genres for generations. Bands who emerge, kicking and screaming, often drag their peers into a new wave of frantic chaos as they plough new furrows. Drug Church are no different and they’re about to bring their eclectic cacophony to British shores.