The supplied line up for this gig is The Seagulls, Lunablind, Wordy, Sam Wilde.
360 Club presents
After the release of album, 'Desert Eleven' they've headlined sold out shows across the UK.
"With their interesting vocal patterns, instantly recognisable guitar sound and lyrics touching on the weird, dark and altogether unusual - you really have to see them live." - Yorkshire Evening Post
"A great live band, I predict these guys will be playing the big festivals next year" - Alan Raw - BBC Introducing
"The venue is completely packed and for good reason. These guys were really on point from the very first note, and from there, the set flowed perfectly." - Leeds Music Scene
"Extremely well-made indie rock anthems - just waiting to be discovered." - Alan Raw - BBC Introducing
"Jangly guitars a plenty and great vocals."? - Fresh On the Net
"Masters of the eclectic indie anthem - seriously impressed; one thing's for sure, they certainly know how to pull of an incredibly refined performance.' - Fiction is not imagination
Releasing their debut EP in May; the success lifted them to become a prominent force.
"When you watch these guys you can tell that they're just having fun on stage and can't help but partake." - Leeds Music Scene
Creating music that not only portrays individual talent and close friendship, but takes influence from a vast range of personal tastes to create their sound. The togetherness of the group can be felt in their live shows; performed with massive enthusiasm.
They've spent six months writing new songs so lots of new material will be on show at this gig!
"An awe inspiring, emotional acoustic performance with a rich, powerful voice that'll make you re-hinge your jaw back in place once it's over" - Live in the Hive
"Beautiful stuff, quality alternative sounds" - Soundsphere Magazine
The rugged personality of his voice and strikingly delivered lyricism result is a sound that is finely poised between anthemic rock and gentle Americana - all tied together with a dazzling pop sensibility.
Doors 8pm - 11.30pm - 18 gig
£5 Adv from Jumbo Records, Crash Records. £6 on door