The up and coming promoters have bagged two incredible shows at 81 Renshaw this summer. 

Fresh from three sell-out shows in a row, Out of Context have announced two exciting new shows at 81 Renshaw.

First up, The Wood Burning Savages take to the stage in support of their latest album, Stability.

Formed in Derry City, Northern Ireland, The Wood Burning Savages are a fast paced punk rock band who proudly wear the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves. Renowned for their frenetic live shows, the band are fresh from supporting noise punk legends Death From Above 1979 and are tipped for great things.

With pulsating riffs and a sharp political edge, they are often compared to Manic Street Preachers, The Clash and Queens of the Stone Age.

The Wood Burning Savages play 81 Renshaw on Friday 4th May. Support will come from Three From Above and exciting newcomers Cures and Curses. Tickets are available by clicking here. 

The second gig comes from Liverpool’s own jazz-influenced Gazelle.

Born Helen Gaskell, Gazelle has quickly established herself as one of the most exciting emerging artists in the city.

Captivated by jazz from an early age, Gazelle found herself unhappy studying chemistry in a Versailles university, and dropped out to move into an underground art commune in Paris. These days in Europe had a profound effect on her work, with a vaguely exotic feel to her music.

Gazelle headlines 81 Renshaw on Saturday 4th August 2018. Tickets are available by clicking here.