ARXX: Brighton’s fiery duo set to ignite The Deaf Institute in Manchester on May 19

Get ready to experience the unapologetic, unyielding power of ARXX as they bring their electrifying live show to The Deaf Institute in Manchester on May 19. With their debut album “Ride or Die” as a manifesto of their uncompromising passion for music, the Brighton-based duo has been turning heads and winning hearts across the UK’s music scene.

Since joining forces in 2017, singer and guitarist Hanni Pidduck and drummer Clara Townsend have proven their relentless commitment to their craft through a series of dynamic singles and EPs, including the acclaimed “Daughters of Daughters” and “Wrong Girl, Honey”. Their explosive live shows have earned them high praise from top publications like NME, DIY, and BBC Radio 1, as well as coveted opening slots for The Big Moon, Dream Wife, and Pillow Queens.

ARXX’s music is a fearless blend of garage rock, punk, and pop that has been described as “riot grrrl reborn”. With their fierce determination to keep pushing forward, their Manchester show is set to be a night of pure energy and passion that you won’t want to miss. Catch ARXX live at The Deaf Institute on May 19th and see why they’re one of the most exhilarating bands in the UK.

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