The Barstool Preachers / Aerial Salad / Hummer

Salty Dog
22nd July 2017

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Hailing from Brighton, The Barstool Preachers have been tearing up the country for a few years now, their high energy gigs have earned them support slots with some of the most prestigious bands in the scene as well headlining their own packed out shows.

Joining the party are Aerial Salad, they were onced described as 'Manchester diy sad boys, Gruff anxious and angry northen melodic punk'.

Completing the line up are Hummer, a punk rock band from Warrington,they write songs with plenty of riffs, harmonies and gritty lyrics about life and the stuff it throws at you.

Location:

Salty Dog
23 High Street
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 5BZ

WWW: www.salty-dog.co.uk

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