London punks Prom are back with new song ‘Dinner’. After last year’s ferocious tracks ‘I’ll Teach You’ and ‘Touch Me’, the four-piece hit hard over two-and-a-half minutes of thrashing guitar with an accompanying garish video, ahead of a headline set at Moth Club this Friday.

The band will betaking over the venue on 18th August in aid of No Tape Inside‘s new short film on mental health, alongside music from Dogfeet, Meat, G.P Wild & The Strangers, Happy Couple and Conrad Armstrong & The Last Living Punks, as well as DJs, spoken word and loads more.

Exploring mental health through a selection of mainstream and underground artists from a surrealist point of view, the film will be directed by No Tape Inside’s Katia Ganfield and hopes to help the viewer understand better the experience of mental health problems.

We had a quick chat with Prom ahead of the event.


Three words to describe our music…
Succulent Chinese Meal

Favourite ever film…
The Magnificent Arrest of Paul Charles Dozsa

The best venue we’ve played…
Power Lunches RIP.

The song I can’t listen to…
Suicide, Dream Baby Dream on a Marc Jacobs perfume advert. Kill myself.

The worst job I’ve ever had…
Guitarist in Telegram.

Favourite meal to cook…
See question one.

If I was in a tribute band it would be…
All Asian female ESG cover band, MSG.

Our favourite word….
Prom

If I had a superpower, I’d want it to be…
Bushcraft.

If we could play a gig anywhere it would be…
No Tape Inside documentary fundraiser, Friday 18th August 2017, Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette St, London, E9 6NU, £5. 👍

We think you should listen to…
Drahla – They’re no-ones prisoner.
Nervous Conditions – Cambridge graduates.
Lice – Boogee Birthday Party.

If we could see anyone play live it would be…
Arab On Radar.

Prom play the No Tape Inside documentary fundraiser, Moth Club, 18th August.

Photo by Lilly Creightmore.