On Friday 2nd November, The Fulford Arms presents some of the best independent purveyors of excellent music for you to enjoy.
Dubbed by Fred Perry as one of York’s 10 bands you need to hear now, Silvertones make their headline debut this November. Releasing their debut single not long before, too.
Formed in late 2016, Girls In Synthesis have quickly forged a fearsome reputation as one of the most exciting and volatile live acts in London. In equal parts frantic, considered, ear-splitting and melodic, the group take their cues from the early DIY punk and post-punk pioneers to keep everything in-house; artwork, videos, performances and recordings are created entirely by the group and their handful of trusted collaborators.
Pavilion are a new five piece rock and roll band who are already generating a buzz on the York scene with their big and bright keyboard and riff heavy songs. They draw their influences from a range of styles and genres culminating in tunes you can’t help but dance along with.
The Full Litter write all their material in twenty minutes, which is strictly adhered to, ensuring the songs are brutal and immediate. Influences include Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Slits, Public Image Limited, Television, Sonic Youth and early PJ Harvey, although they don’t try to emulate a ‘sound’.
Tickets: £5 adv.