Blood Red Shoes return to Norwich

Colin Wilson Blood Red Shoes, the fast-rising, thrillingly intense, monstrously loud, melodic dancefloor punk duo from Brighton make a welcome return to the Waterfront, Norwich, on Tuesday (7.

Colin Wilson

Blood Red Shoes, the fast-rising, thrillingly intense, monstrously loud, melodic dancefloor punk duo from Brighton make a welcome return to the Waterfront, Norwich, on Tuesday (7.30pm) when they'll be showcasing some new songs as well as favourites like You Bring Me Down and Say Something, Say Anything.

In an interview with Wombatwombat's webzine, drummer and joint lead singer Steven Ansell reveals that of their 450 gigs to date worldwide, Norwich, is one of the most welcoming places to play and that their shows here have been some of the most fun.

Main support comes from new hardcore heroes Rolo Tomassi who released their full-length debut album, Hysterics in September. The album is an explosion of melody, noise, anger and youthful exuberance.

Opening the evening will be 1984.

t 01603 508050 (£8adv) UEA Students' Union, Waterfront and Soundclash; www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk; webzine at www.wombatwombat.co.uk