Whitecliff and Boy Jumps Ship on the bill at St Albans pub The Horn next week
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Four piece Liverpool-based band Whitecliff, who became the first signing to the label set up by Gary Powell of The Libertines, play The Horn in St Albans next week.
They comprise lead singer Oliver Nagy, Tom Taylor from Stevenage, Jonny Ball and Paul Bates.
Their debut single Everybody Knows & Twisted Fantasy was released last October to critical acclaim, followed by their debut EP, Young Lovers.
Tickets for the gig on Thursday, May 5, are £10.
Tribute band The Jam’d show their commitment to giving an authentic performance with all the energy, passion and style of Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler when they appear at The Horn next Saturday, May 7.
Tickets are £10 in advance and £12 on the door.
Hailing from the North East, working class lads Boy Jumps Ship will be playing their anthemic, guitar-led alt-rock, at The Horn next Sunday, May 8.
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The band have gained a reputation for being one of the most energetic, passionate and exuberant live bands around, They honed their live show touring the UK and Europe with Arcane Roots, We Are The Ocean, and Maximo Park, amongst others.
Tickets are £6.50.