The post punk art poppers bring the Chorlton Arts Festival Weekender to a close.
Having been making music for over a decade (their first album 'Voices of Animals and Men' managed three top 40 singles and was nominated for the Mercury Prize, no less), the Ashby-de-la-Zouch band now have six albums under their belts.
If the imagery which accompanies them reminds you of something Cindy Sherman might have conjured up and if their videos seem more arthouse than hard house, that's because the independantly minded chaps left the confines of a major label sometime ago and set their own making, making their art pop all the more impressive.
This concert forms part of the Chorlton Arts Festival's £25 Weekender Wristband which gives access to The Travelling Band and O'Hooley and Tidow as well.
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