Pink Eye Club is the work of South London’s one-man-disco-machine and self-confessed nerd Haydn Davies. He crafts high-energy electronic music on a laptop, and has been showcasing his explosive live sets at the packed out regular club nights he runs, ‘Pink Eye’s Sunday Roast’ at Windmill, Brixton and ‘Pink Eye’s Paradise’ at The George Tavern, Stepney Green.

Pink Eye Club’s sound channels the euphoric high of a Saturday night out following the drudgery of a 9-5 week, it’s a heady sound influenced by a love of club and dance culture, the Pet Shops Boys, disco, and all things pop, whilst his quintessentially British lyricism tells relatable everyday stories of ordinary life, with its touchstones sitting somewhere between the gritty realism of Sleaford Mod’s disillusion and The Streets’ savvy and witty urban observations.