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Friday, November 17th, 2017
7:30 PM
SBD presents: THE LEN PRICE 3 + THE MOBBS + THE HURRICANES
Friday November 17th

The Len Price 3 are an adrenaline pumped pop band from Medway, England and are a revelation to those who encounter them, encompassing all of what you would want from a band in one invigorating sonic experience. Their dazzling live performances feature a thunderous set of well-honed melodic nuggets played at breakneck speed, complete with shiny pop hooks and chrome glazed harmonies. But dig a bit deeper and you will find a rich lyrical content that is full of acid tongued lyrics and wry social observations.

With each album and single release receiving glowing reviews and every live show leaving behind a highly satisfied audience full of enthusiastic devotees, The Len Price 3 are fast becoming a true national treasure.

The new album, 'Kentish Longtails', is released September 22nd. Hear it performed this evening at the Brad!

http://www.thelenprice3.co.uk
https://www.facebook.com/thelenprice3
https://open.spotify.com/artist/3rSocSuidLr6PIIFA9C2G7

The Mobbs
The Mobbs present garage punk rock 'n' roll at one hundred miles per hour with an infectious rhythmic ferocity.

Armed to the teeth with an arsenal of influences from the mono-tones of 1960s British beat to a full on whack of punked up rhythm & blues, The Mobbs play a Wilko Johnson infused Billy Childish-like explosion. With a fist full of inspiration from The Kinks, The Masonics, Bo Diddley & The Headcoats The Mobbs do it their way, the only way they know how; fast, raw and with no dawdling in-between!

The MOBBS have four albums, a 7" single and a 7" EP under their belts. The Mobbs have been aired on many radio stations including BBC 6Music, XFM & Absolute Radio. The Mobbs are currently promoting their fifth latest long playing sonic disturbance "Piffle!"

http://www.themobbs.co.uk
https://www.facebook.com/THEMOBBSuk
https://twitter.com/themobbsuk

The Hurricanes
Loud mod.garage band playing soul, R&B and boss British beat like it was 1966 all over again. Four chaps who had been around the musical block decided to get it together to be the kind of band they'd like to go and see themselves. Hurricanes Clarke, Jones & Robinson spent many years from the mid nineties chasing the fetid corpse of the britpop infused music industry around in cult heroes Collide who put out 2 Eps before quitting. Hurricane Norton, having spent a couple of years being Collides brass section, would become the low slung bass playing lynchpin of punk/ska legends The Pressure Tones before they split.

https://www.facebook.com/TheHurricanes.co.uk
http://www.thehurricanes.co.uk

@ The Charles Bradlaugh
1 Earl St, Northampton NN1 3AU
Doors 7.30pm