Returning to Marshfest after a 2 year hiatus, we’re super excited to have Enter Red (previously Falling Fish) back for Marshfest 2022
Enter Red are quickly popping up on Bristol’s radar of acts to look out for. The band have developed their unique brand of infectious Alt-Rock, drawing influence from the likes of Wolf Alice, The Amazons and Nothing But Thieves.
After leaving home together for the first time, the housemates are finding inspiration through Bristol’s blossoming alternative scene. Combining catchy hooks, fierce guitar parts and atmospheric interludes the band have received praise from notable outlets such as BBC Introducing, Louder Than War, and BBC Bristol.
The quartet are already establishing themselves as a tour de force on the live circuit having sold out multiple venues including ‘The Loco Klub’ and the iconic ‘The Louisiana’, as well as having supported the likes of Airways, SPINN, and The Skinner Brothers.
From these achievements, the band have gone on to play larger venues such as Thekla and Rough Trade, as well as playing festivals such as Dot to Dot and The Great Escape.
With lyrics that focus on the darker side of adolescence, their debut singles “Pin Drops” and “De Novo” were very well received having been mixed by former Spring King front man Tarek Musa (who has worked with the likes of Circa Waves, Gengahr and POLICE CAR COLLECTIVE). From these early tracks, Enter Red caught the eye of local gig reviewer ‘The Bristol Gig Guide’ who nominated the band for “best band” as well as “best live band”.
Enter Red are certainly a band you wouldn’t want to miss.
“If you listened to Enter Red while driving on a motorway, you’d undoubtedly end up getting done for speeding.” – Louder Than War
“They might be a local band now, but just as we did with IDLES we need to enjoy them as much as we can, because I have a feeling we are about to lose them to the rest of the UK and beyond” – The Bristol Gig Guide
“What an incredible sound! Big Big Big! So much love for this track!” – Adam Crowther (BBC Bristol) speaking on ‘Motion’