Due to the ongoing situation in relation to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Primordial Radio sadly has to cancel the fourth edition of the Long Road To Brewin’ with InVisions that was due to take place in March 2021. We’re very sad to have to cancel but hope that once it becomes safe to go to gigs again, we’ll be back bigger than ever and wish InVisions all the best for 2021.
Refunds are available at – https://bit.ly/2NyCqwR and you have 30 days to request a refund (Until 25th February 2021). We would like to remind everyone that this was a charity tour for Patch Amnesty & Music For Youth, two incredible charities that are doing amazing work for mental health and access to music. If you would like your ticket purchase to remain as a donation, simply do not request a refund and we will donate what is left after refunds to Patch Amnesty and Music For Youth.
We would also like to remind everyone again of the extremely difficult circumstances small venues have found themselves in and implore you to check out the Save Our Venues campaign from the Music Venue Trust – https://saveourvenues.co.uk. Once it’s safe to do so, we’ll be back in these venues all up and down the country, until then, stay safe and we hope to see you soon.
– The Primordial Radio Team
Patch Amnesty is the brainchild of PRfam member Michael Lacy. Michael collects unwanted patches and sells them at events to raise money for mental health charities. If you have any patches you wish to donate to his cause, please feel free to bring them along. You may even find a selection of patches to add to your battle jacket, so say hello to Michael on the night and grab a patch as all sales go towards a wonderful charitable cause.
Music For Youth
Established in 1970, our mission is simple: we believe that music, and the chance to participate in high-quality musical activities, should be open to every young person.
Music for Youth is about nurturing not only the next generation of musical talent, but the next generation full stop. Whether you’re a violinist, or beatboxer, a young person who’s never had the chance to experience live music, or the leader of a primary school choir just starting out, we have something for you, or for the young people you work with. We pride ourselves on being open, accessible, and welcoming, so don’t be shy.
Metalcore newcomers InVisions spawned into being in 2016 from the ashes of former local bands in their hometown of York, England. Adrenaline-fuelled and so-called “cataclysmically heavy”, InVisions are driven by a collective ambition to create their own heavy-hitting yet anthemic sound that nods to old school thrash whilst retaining a fresh and modern perspective.
Within a matter of days, the band had entered the studio to record their debut single ‘Unbreakable’ with founding members Ben Ville, Lucas Gabb and Alex Scott. A short while later they recruited drummer Josh Hardy to complete the line-up and dive headfirst into their debut self-released album ‘Never Nothing’, released August 2017.
Since the release of Never Nothing, InVisions have since returned to work with producers Sam & Joe Graves at Innersound Audio (Asking Alexandria, Eyes Set To Kill, Glamour Of The Kill) on their standalone single ‘Parasite’. InVisions show no sign of slowing down and in 2018 signed to Stay Sick Recordings (Fronz – Attila) and released their sophomore album ‘Between You & Me’ in February 2019.