september, 2017

22sep7:30 pm1:00 amEvent OverThe Elephant Trees // The Dark LP // The World Keeps // Surefire Affair360 Club Presents...


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The Elephant Trees

“Bold and loud yet endlessly playable.” – Pop Culture Pipe Bomb
“An impressive blow of raucous energy” – Indie Buddie
“A force to be reckoned with” – Local Sound Focus
“Worthy of festival main stages” – Halfway 2 Nowhere

“They’re a beautiful mess of luscious riffs, melodic harmonies, drums that hit you in the face, and poetic, raw lyrics. A perfect blend of alternative and pop genres that makes you want to scream and dance”

If you’re looking for something fresh, you’ve found it. 
Straight off the back of a sold-out headline in Leeds, TET are set for great things, having already played the O2 Academy Leeds, they’ve a summer full of festivals and a new single on the way.”
The Dark LP

“Emotive vocals only leaves you wanting more”. – Impropaganda
“Proper old school shredding in there, Eddie Van Halen would be proud I reckon” Alan Raw BBC Introducing in West Yorkshire
“This 3 piece will blow you away with their high energy performance!” – Oxjam Events

“A band that I took a massive liking to. They don’t exactly fit into one genre. Their main sound is pretty much alternative rock with a hint of indie, reggae and punk” – J.Huxham (Music Blog)
The World Keeps

“A promising group who stampede through your ears. I shall not attempt to describe the genre of this band, because for some reason I feel that it would be derogatory to do so.” – Leeds Music Scene

Their debut E.P ‘Rocket Science’ was released worldwide and was well received helping put them on the radar and noted as “Ones to watch”.

They’ve had a lot of play BBC Introducing and a live session.
Surefire Affair

A new indie/alternative rock band from Leeds.
With impressive, catchy hooks and melodies, addictive guitar riffs, prominent bass licks and punchy, driving drumbeats, they have a style that is unique, charismatic and captivating.
Their members are all stalwarts of the live scene and no strangers to stages across the music scene.
£6 Adv from Jumbo Records
Crash Records or direct from bands. £7 On door. 18+


(Friday) 7:30 pm - 1:00 am

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£6 (plus £1 booking fee)

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