Thieves steal a slot at The Horn
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Stone Thieves, who have their roots fixed in sixties music, play The Horn in St Albans on Saturday night. (25)
The four-piece band combines influences from various genres to create a signature sound.
Acoustic troubadour Josh Pyke is playing at The Horn next Tuesday, October 28, as part of a tour to coincide with the release of his album The Beginning and the End of Everything.
One of Australia’s most acclaimed solo artists, the singer-wongwriter returns to the UK supported by Pylo, a young British band.
Keeping the Antipodean flavour going at The Horn the following night, Wednesday, October 29, are New Zealand alt-rockers State.
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After releasing an acclaimed album in their own country, they have decided to make London their home after moving to this country in January.
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