11 Sep 2018
WAV interviews Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, is a band that prides itself in not fitting in the traditional doom figure that’s been presented in the last few years. These lads hail all the way from Newcastle and have been in the forefront of the new age of underground music. Don’t be fooled by their over-repetitive annoying name. Their sound does not disappoint! With an immersive delivery, an astonishing reserve of energy and a refreshing take on a style that’s been a bit over-saturated in the last chunk of the decade, there really is no reason to ignore these lads. Their first festival shows in Portugal were widely acclaimed as one of the most memorable in their respective bills. It’s 2018 and we’ve great news regarding Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs. New full-length album and a couple of venue shows in Lisbon, Porto and Bragança. So, if you saw them at Reverence Festival in 2016 or at Milhões de Festa last year, than you know how much poetic justice should be done with these guys in a couple of small venues.
Just to make sure none of our readers are sleeping on this, we and the great people at Galeria Zé dos Bóis, which will be hosting their Lisbon show, invited the band for a quick chat about their name, the Newcastle scene, the tools that crafted their sound and the band’s relationship with sunny Portugal. Read down below...
See the full interview here: WAV