After a packed out show at the Shacklewell Arms back in September, The History of Apple Pie are back for round two..
Brought up with Dinosaur Jr’s “Freak Scene” and the pre “Smell Like Teen Spirit” grunge boom, The History Of Apple Pie has already caught the attention of people like Tim Burgess, bands like Yuck and The Pains At Being Pure At Heart.
Single “You’re so cool” has already been danced to in the hipper establishments of East London and press like The Guardian and NME seem to be sure that they will not be “one of those forgotten indie bands”.
Here is their tour diary from the recent “The History of Apple Pie & Male Bonding” UK tour:
Plus support from OLD FOREST
”Despite only just graduating high school, barely legal noise brats Old Forest have already forged their own distinct and uncompromising sound. Borrowing from sludge groups like the Melvins and Butthole Surfers they represent a seedier side to the current 90s revival”-Sexbeat
Old Forest smother their sludgy J Mascis style guitar solos in a healthy layer of fuzz. The group take a lot of inspiration from American alt-bands of the late 80s and early 90s, which to be honest we find pretty hard to resist. Definitely one to watch.-spoonfed
Purveyors of sludge rock and massive Sebadoh and Dinosaur Junior fans. Old Forest write sludge rock, steep and steady with a sound you’d expect from three thirty somethings.- Loud and quiet