The Horn

Hertfordshires Premier Live Music Venue

Strange Bones / Blackwaters / Fiende Fatale / Concrete Caverns (Independent Venue Week 2017 Show)

 

Strange Bones

Strange Bones are a three piece from Blackpool. Bobby Bentham, vocals and guitar. Will Bentham, vocals and bass guitar and Stuart Newburn, drums. They are putting loud music out again, it’s worth listening to because it has a purpose. Their mum and dad are proud of them.

They have had their music played on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio One, ones to watch out for!

BlackWaters

BlackWaters are four immense -loud – eighteen year old indie punk heads from the UK, who in their own words, “Have come to save the world from the pop shite that fills the charts.”

Their first track “Jarr’ed Up Generation” was a “Fuck You” anthem for generation Z. It was produced by Carl Barât (The Libertines) and Sometime Prodigy co-writer Olly Burden.

‘New Kids On The Block’ are currently killing it live, amassing a wealth of new fans the length and breadth of the country.

In 3 short months BlackWaters have played on the coveted BBC introducing stage at Leeds Festival & supported the likes of SWMRS & DMAs. They continue to juggernaut their way through the UK, with a non stop touring schedule for the remainder of 2016, leading up to dropping their next track “So Far Out!” also produced by Olly Burden/Carl Barât, and mixed by Spike Stent.

Fiende Fatale


Concrete Caverns
Concrete Caverns are a Britrock quartet who formed in October 2014. The band have gigged extensively over the past two years, delivering high intensity performances with sensational energy. Their sound is uniquely identifiable, building moody verses into lyrically contagious choruses that explode into enormous bridge sections and solos. In June of 2016, Concrete Caverns won parliament’s national Rock The House competition, recognising them as accomplished writers and performers.

TICKETS: £6 Adv / £8 Door

Ages 14+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by a guardian)