Free before 9pm…£4 after
Free all night with a student card.
“Each song has a nakedly personal element, yet it never feels self-indulgent”
“We all need music to wrap ourselves up in, music that says it’s ok, music that inspires some feeling within us to remind us that we are alive… and then the snare drum does that bap bap fill, and they all stamp on their pedals, and we all get whisked off to happyland with the confetti cannons and the unbridled joy promised by existence.”
“Sandwiched sonically – and geographically – somewhere between a Scots’ Sparklehorse and a West Yorkshire Will Oldham,”
God Is In The TV
“Reminiscent of the work of Sparklehorse and Bright Eyes. Think wedding band at the end of a long night playing to a few last stragglers (in the best possible way)”