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Inner Terrestrials

Inner Terrestrials

Punk / Reggae/Ska/Dub/Folk London, UK


  • 2015

    Nov 21

    Liverpool, UK | 8:00pm

    The inaugural 'Dead Good Gathering' in Liverpool, organised by Anti-Pop records and friends. Featuring 20+ bloody good underground bands. We're on early afternoon.

  • 2015

    May 10

    Edinburgh, UK | 1:30pm


  • 2015

    May 10

    Edinburgh, UK | 1:00pm

    Edinburgh Punx Picnic 2015, first day includes English Dogs Happy Spastics, Rotunda + more and second day as above. Weekend tickets are £20 advance or £25 on door.

  • 2015

    Apr 18

    Bruxelles, BE | 8:00pm
  • 2014

    Dec 23

    Norwich, UK | 7:00pm

    Inner Terrestrials @ The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich



Sounds Like: The Clash, Crass, The Ruts

Label: MassProd/Maloka/Alternative Distribution/Rodent Popsicle

Manager: Inner Terrestrials

Bio: On the road for 18 years, Londons legendary Inner Terrestrials are a stomping mix of dub, punk, ska, folk and general anarchic danceability. they get audiences all over the world going crazy, from Bristol to Berlin, from Tokyo to Warsaw and beyond. Serial travellers they've played more than 24 co...See Full Bio

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Jay Terrestrial

Vocals, Guitar, Whistle








“IT are musical special brew. Something you can’t get enough of once you start and before long you know you are going to get knocked on your arse. War skanked the pace into a frenzy and sure enough people were collapsing into messy heaps. Squatters Rights was one for the old school and had me remembering the last one I helped open (it’s a bastard social security office now). Off With The Heads stomped all over the monarchy with steel toe capped Dr Martins and it was good to see that the place was now packed and going somewhat mad. Enter The Dragon caused utter carnage. The heavy parts had everybody kung fu fighting and the slower passages picking bodies up off the floor. IT finished off with the 2nd Clash cover of the night and no doubt Mr Strummer would have been beaming at this riotous version of Guns Of Brixton. Safe.”

— live4metal


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