Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up

  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up
  • Photos: Pretty Vicious play Reading and Leeds Warm-up

Pretty Vicious are a four-piece rock band, hailing from Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, made raw, punk-infused, energetic rock & roll. Made up of vocalist/guitarist Brad, Tom, Jarvis and Elliot. Alongside them, aggressively and often uncomfortably innovative London punk group Fiende Fetale.

Held at the illustrious ‘The Horn’ In St Albans, the four welsh lads accompanied by Fiende Fetale and J.W Paris were set to warm up a crowd for the coming weekends Reading and Leeds Festival. The 200+ cap venue is situated in the heart of the three counties; making it the official cornerstone for touring bands who venture down to the south east. Currently taking on the booking is Indie Promoter of the Year (2016) Luke Hinton and his promotions company JuiceBox Live.

Built up of a variety of both young and old – the three counties came in their hundreds to show support for not only a well recognised home town band in Fiende Fetale, but more importantly, to celebrate the rising on the phoenix in the form of Pretty Vicious. Towards the end, the front half of the room became a battle ground for swinging arms and legs; involving spectators of all ages to engage in a well organised mosh.

© All photos taken by Macie Emery for IndieCentralMusic.