INTERVIEW WITH // “SAVIOURS” BAND

INTERVIEW WITH // “SAVIOURS” BAND

Who are the Saviours? Well they are a local 4 Piece Originals Alternative Rock Band. With band members, Jonny Bilton – Guitar/Vocals, Sam Gosiewski – Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals, Alex Staton – Bass Guitar/Backing Vocals & Nathanial Weatherall – Drums/Percussion.

You probably won’t have had the pleasure of seeing them perform live yet as they’ve only had one live gig but I hope that when this is all over you will head out, pay a couple of quid and attend a local gig to show your support.

I love original bands, there’s just something quite special about seeing an originals band for the first time. You could discover your new favourite song and become a lifelong fan. In some cases you just never know how far the band will go, but isn’t it great if they start playing bigger venues and you can say “I saw them down my local”.

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GIG REVIEW // An Evening Of Punk Rock – feat. Shuriken

GIG REVIEW // An Evening Of Punk Rock – feat. Shuriken

On Saturday night, we went to Cafe INDIE for the first “An Evening Of Punk Rock”. Last year there were a few of these gigs and they’ve really taken off. For those of you who thought Punk Rock was dead you’d be wrong, because the turn out was surprising and the atmosphere was hyped.

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THE TWANG EXTENSIVE UK TOUR // The Baths Hall

THE TWANG EXTENSIVE UK TOUR // The Baths Hall

Coming to The Baths Hall on Tuesday 3rd December

THE TWANG EXTENSIVE UK TOUR DATES THIS WINTER w/ SHED SEVEN NEW ALBUM:  “IF CONFRONTED JUST GO MAD” – OUT NOW

THE TWANG have announced the release of their brand new album, ‘If Confronted Just Go Mad’, out 8th November.

The band have also confirmed two headline shows for October as well as a performance at Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival and extensive UK dates with Shed Seven, see below for full dates and details.

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