After making a mark on Manchester's scene with raucous and energetic live performances, coupled with their massive sounding, politically charged, latest single «Build a Wall», these guys are ones to watch in 2018. This will be their first headline gig in nearly a year, and it’s definitely not one to be missed.
After building a real buzz on the live scene in the north east, this will be their first gig in Manchester. Swears are a fuzzy sounding, alternative rock band, originating from Middlesbrough, drawing influences from grunge, punk, doom and pop. Debut single “Faith in the nation” out now.
— WILD FRUIT ART COLLECTIVE
Wild Fruit Art Collective set out to make every year less banal than the last. From early secret practices in Jayne Casey’s Liverpool venue: District, to recording sessions with Kristian Bell (The Wytches) and working on shows with Trashmouth Records (home to Fat White Family, Meatraffle, Madonnatron), their journey so far has involved touring around the UK spreading their brand of noisey, doom-laden cynicism while harvesting the minds of the pure.
2018 holds a lot of exciting gigs in store for this exciting band.
— THE RUBY TUESDAYS
The Ruby Tuesdays formed in late 2016 by close friends with a passionate drive for music. They've built a strong following in the north of England, having played gigs in Leeds, Manchester, and Sheffield. Their latest single “Militant Pop” is a taste of what’s to come from them in the near and exciting future.
Tickets — £6 OTD