'Carsick' performing on stage.

2023 saw Salisbury genre-hoppers CARSICK make a proper name for themselves; they've embarked on a two-month-long UK/EU headline tour, recorded a live session at the BBC's Maida Vale, signed to Alcopop! Records, dropped their debut EP 'Drunk Hymns', and solidified their growing reputation as one of the UK's most energetic, unpredictable, and all-around wild live acts.

Their music - a blend of raw punk, 90s-inspired indie-rock, UK hip-hop, and irresistible electronic elements - is all about living for the weekend; about the desperate chaos of small-town nightlife and about forgetting what happened last night. Support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6Music, John Kennedy on Radio X, and Tom Robinson has ensured that their "anthems for the p*ssed-up and p*ssed-off" are reaching an ever-expanding cult following. If the band are to be believed, this is the downfall of British music at terminal velocity. Get on board while you can.


CARSICK performing in a tent
CARSICK performing in front of a crowd on a stage.
CARSICK guitarist on stage in front of crowd.
CARSICK drummer on stage in front of audience.