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It is with mixed emotions that we announce that Dundee Ecossemo punks BONEHOUSE play their final two shows this weekend and at the same time celebrate the launch of their incredible “Tomorrow’s Worn Out Blues” LP. With a change in line-up, the band have decided to call it a day after these last two shows, giving rise to their new project Please, Believe.

The band will play the basement of Drouthy Neebors, Perth Road, Dundee tonight (Friday 24th April) and will be joined by a peerless Ecossemo supporting cast in the form of the mighty Kaddish, Aberdeen punks Carson Wells (celebrating the launch of their incredible new “Tread A Northern Path” LP) and Dundee’s new screamo kids on the block Stonethrower.

Doors to the show are at 8pm and we’d encourage everyone to get down early as the basement is pretty small and is likely to fill up quickly. Entry to the show is £4 and for one night only, gig-goers will have the opportunity to gain entry to the show and pick up a copy of the Bonehouse LP for the combined bargain price of £10. The LP comes on random coloured vinyl so who knows what you’ll end up with??? Stonethrower will be opening the show at 8.30pm sharp so please get down early to support all of the bands

Saturday 25th April will see Bonehouse perform their final show in the Fair City of Perth at MINI-FEST (Part One) at The Green Room, Canal Street, Perth. Mini-Fest is a collaborative show between MTAT, Safe-Tay and The Samaritans to raise awareness for water safety and suicide prevention.
Once again, Bonehouse will be joined by their kindred spirits Carson Wells as well as Glasgow hardcore’s most bleak in the form of In Tongues, Tayside’s scorched earth hardcore/crust punks Bed Of Wasps and solocore cowpunk Tragical History Tour, fresh back from Europe with Get It Together. The show is free entry and things will be kicking off around 8pm. Once again, we’d encourage everyone coming to the show to get down early and support all the bands, as well as a cause that is close to all of our hearts.



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