Black Rebel Motorcycle Club at Q4
Following on from its recent show with UK headliners The Cribs, Loud Minority has pulled off another major coup, which will see American rock n roll legends, BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB ride into Saigon for an intimate show at Q4 on 6th December.
LACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB rose to fame in 2001 with their raucous self-titled debut and notorious live shows. They have since released 7 albums, appeared on numerous movie soundtracks (‘9 Songs’ and Brad Pitt’s latest movie ‘Counselor’), and cemented their reputation as one of the best live bands in the business.
While their self-titled debut and ‘Howl’ are often lauded as classics, BRMC’s latest release, ‘Specter at the Feast’ is arguably one of their finest and sees them about to embark on another whirlwind tour of Australia and Asia. For the first time, they will play in Vietnam on 6th December at Q4, with a show that promises to be one of the best rock concerts Saigon has ever hosted.
Support will come from Brazilian 3-piece Turtle Giant, who played their own headline show to a packed Cargo bar back in October.
Tickets: 350k (advance) or 200k (with student ID). These are available online at www.ticketbox.com or in person from Asian Kitchen, 185/22 Pham Ngu Lau, Dist 1, or Mc Sorleys, 4 Thao Dien, Dist 2
Q4, No. 7 Nguyen Tat Thanh, District 4
“when it comes to foot-to-the-floor ballsy rock and roll no one does it better than BRMC” – Drowned in Sound
“visceral and soulful” – Clash magazine
“BRMC are at their best yet” – Louder Than War
“pretty cathartic” – The Guardian