The Dome, London

Thursday, 1 Sep 2016

19:30 – 23:00

Dictionary Pudding are thrilled to announce the return of American anti-folk /DIY songsmith hero JEFFREY LEWIS and LOS BOLTS to London in September. Having sold out his London shows in May in the blink-of an eyeball, tickets for this very special End Of The Road Festival warm-up within the pristinely preserved Victorian building are not to be slept on!

New York City dweller Jeffrey Lewis is a comic book artist and indie-rock musician, mixing captivating folk spiels with raw-edged garage rock. He recently released his seventh album, “Manhattan”, on Rough Trade Records.

“Ramshackle and beautiful noise… Lou Reed’s natural successor as punk poet of the New York streets” – Louder Than War

“Jeffrey Lewis is slowly but surely on a trajectory to immortal cult-status.” – Line of Best Fit

“The Big Apple’s best-kept secret… genius-gone-ignored… mind-blowing.” – NME

“Bizarre but brilliant” – Uncut

“[Jeffrey Lewis is] The best lyricist working in the US today.” - Jarvis Cocker (Pulp)


The Dome , 2 Dartmouth Park Hill , London