Pop Punk Princess Millie Manders annonunces her new acoustic EP ‘Upside Down’ due for release on 23rd March with extensive tour dates for 2018 and including her band The Shutup.
‘Upside Down’ is a collection of songs Millie currently only performs acoustically. Each track tells a story, addressing depression, loss, heartbreak, homelessness and anxiety.
This heartfelt and aggressive expression of her innermost anguish, observations and pain, is delivered with a real intensity and ferocity that honestly provokes food for thought.
Millie creates cross-genre punk that is hard to ignore. With lyricism that pokes fun, draws you in or leaves you questioning social norms together with incredible vocal dexterity, grinding guitars, irresistible horn hooks and a pumping rhythm section.
The Millie Manders Music Machine churns out more raw punk fusion than you can shake a stick at, with a huge amount of Pop appeal.
“Watch this space” is a term very much worth it’s salt when considering the hype surrounding Millie Manders. Her live shows are electric and her songs infectious. If you haven’t listened to or seen her yet…….you need to.
8th Feb. Waterfront studio, Norwich UK
10th Feb. Poco Loco, Chatham UK
15th Feb. The Unicorn, London, UK
3rd Mar. The Forum, Kent UK
17th Mar. Dublin Castle, London UK
23rd Mar. The Palace, Hastings UK
1st Apr. The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich UK
21st Apr. Manchester Punk festival Manchester UK
29th Apr. The Venue, Selby UK
5th May. Face Bar, Reading UK
15th May. Ystrad RFC, Rhondda UK
19th May. District club, Pontypridd UK
26th May. Nice n Sleazy, Morecambe UK
27th May. Bearded Theory, Burton on Trent UK
28th May. Darwen Live, Darwen UK
2nd Jun. Talking Heads, Southampton UK
29th Jun, Catholic Worker Farm, Ruislip UK
2nd Aug. Winter Gardens, Blackpool UK
10th Aug. Abingdon RFC, Abingdon UK
22nd Aug. Star and Garter, Manchester UK
26th Oct. The Waterloo, Blackpool UK
26th May. Frogfest, High Wycombe UK