Beavertown Frequencies: Enola Gay + Keo + Body Horror


Tue, 02 Apr 2024, 7pm

Free Entry

Event details


Free Entry


Enola Gay


Body Horror

Event Details

Presented by Beavertown Brewery

19:00 - 00:00

Age 18+


Beavertown Frequencies

Beavertown Brewery continue their OMEARA residency, bringing the hottest, loudest and fiercest new groups from around the UK to the beating heart of London Bridge. The best free entry Tuesday you could wish for!
With esteemed alumni such as Talk Show, Keg, English Teacher, DITZ, Opus Kink, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Highschool to name a few – you can be sure to see the best in up-and-coming rock and indie, without even having to fork over a penny.
2024’s fourth Frequencies party sees Ireland’s noise punk mob Enola Gay set to annihilate the room with their merciless sonic onslaught with support from Keo, 4-piece alt rock outfit based in London via Devon and Body Horror with their exaggerated noisy post-punk racket.
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Belfast based Irish noise punk mob formed in late 2019. Venomous hip-hop-inspired vocals that are as uncompromising as the guitars are unforgiving, layered on a rhythm section that draws as much from left-field electronica and techno as it does from post-punk heroes of the late 70s. Enola wasted no time in establishing themselves as one of the next unique punk voices, having been listed in both NME and Rolling Stone’s lists of acts to define 2022 along with headlining festivals and festival stages.

After releasing their acclaimed debut EP Gransha, they certified themselves as one of the hardest working bands about by selling out half of their debuting 32 date UK Tour, before supporting Therapy? on their arena tour. Over the summer NME quoted them being “one of the most-booked new acts for European festivals”, making them the most-booked New-Irish band of 2022, Enola disappointed only those turned away due to tents and stages breaching capacity. Absorbing crowds across Europe and dominating the UK before the release of a debut album, it is no wonder they have been hotly tipped by Iggy Pop, Jehnny Beth, and all who catch their now infamous high-energy sets of ferocious energy.


Keo are a 4 piece alternative rock band formed by the Keogh Brothers. The brothers; Finn Keogh and Conor Keogh moved from Devon to London to find like-minded musicians to create and break their sound. In London they met Oli Spackman and Jimmy Lawern and from there honed their post-grunge sound.

Keo’s music is Jeff Buckley and Radiohead influenced rock, with an edge inspired by the 90s and bands like The Smashing Pumpkins. More contemporary influences of theirs include Wunderhorse and Fontaines DC.


Feeling like a dirty hybrid between The Prodigy and The Birthday Party, Bedwetter takes a peak into a naughty, seedy world; the BDSM-drenched themes and afterparty energy both intensely chaotic and anthemic. “We try to capture a world of debauchery and nihilism in our music,” guitarist Toby Fountain says, “and this tune definitely gives you a little peak into that world, keeping things dark and decrepit, but always with a tongue-in-cheek humour.”

Having established themselves as a fierce live act, Body Horror have gradually moved further into the world of electronic music – the band wearing their Techno and Industrial influences on their sleeve. “Drum machines and sequenced synths have become very central to the way we write music,” Bart Williams says.”Though a lot of the instrumentation is still quite guitar-y, the track is relentlessly four-to-the floor, emulating what we feel and hear at parties and clubs.”

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