The Pit / The Lock UpSaturday7:20 pm
The world is a divided place. Right and Left; north and south; rich and poor; young and old; hate and peace; intolerance and acceptance.
For longer than he cares to remember, Will Gardner has struggled to come to terms with such separation. As frontman of Black Peaks, one of British rock’s most progressive, dynamic young rock acts, he and his bandmates have experienced firsthand the human impact of such division. Formed in 2012, the success of the Brighton quartet’s critically acclaimed breakout debut album Statues saw a rapid ascension to sell-out headline success and festival mainstages in their native country, and to sharing stages across Europe with legendary names including Deftones, Mastodon, Prophets Of Rage, The Dillinger Escape Plan, System Of A Down and more.