|26||•||Oct / 2018||•||Unannounced Support||Chatham Poco Loco|
|02||•||Oct / 2018||•||Strife Darko Album Launch||Canterbury Ballroom|
|22||•||Sep / 2018||•||Estelle May||Folkestone Harp Restrung|
|01||•||Aug / 2018||•||Penthouse||Canterbury UCA Bar|
|01||•||Jul / 2018||•||Best Music of Kent 2018||Folkestone Quarterhouse|
|01||•||Jun / 2018||•||Black Nevada||Tunbridge Wells Forum|
|01||•||May / 2018||•||Strange Bones||Dover Booking Hall|
|Label / Release||Type||Year|
|Kill Gaia (October 2nd)||Album||2018|
The Canterbury, England based 5 piece sing about existentialism intertwined with our day to day lives; the nature of being and the nature of chaos with an on stage presence designed to grab you by the throat and force you to take a look at who you are.
With TV, print and radio appearances in less than a year of being together and unsigned and unmanaged the group constantly inspire and surprise crowds with music that both enrages the spirit and harrows the mind.
Their debut album titled "Kill Gaia" is due for release on October 2nd 2018.
"Their sound should be filling stadiums" - Seaside Sessions
"If hell had a house band, Strife Darko would be deemed too disturbed" - Dan Lucas, Jairus
"To say that no unique music exists in now a fallacy" - Musically Fresh
"Dark as fuck, a natural frontman" - Zack Van