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GRAHAM DAY & THE FOREFATHERS + The Dustaphonics + The Fallen Leaves
Graham Day & The Forefathers/ Len Price 3 / Galileo 7 The Len Price 3Graham Day & The ForefathersThe Galileo 7Graham Day & The Forefathers and The Len Price 3 perform at The Half Moon, Putney. Opening up the night are The Galileo 7.The Len Price 3contact details:www.thelenprice3.co.uk/The Len Price 3 are an adrenaline pumped pop band from England, forged in the traditions of their Medway Delta roots. They 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 treasureGraham Day & The Forefatherscontact details:The crucial ingredients of The Prisoners, Prime Movers, Solarflares and The Gaolers extracted and squeezed into one stripped down power trio. Cranking out choice live cuts from four Graham Day-fronted bands, The Forefathers (triple) distil 30-odd years of high quality song writing, low-fi production and high energy performance to their stripped down garage-rock essence. After a handful of dates as the Prime Movers, Graham Day, Allan Crockford and Wolf Howard, now rechristened Graham Day and the Forefathers, are unashamedly pumping out the best material from all the line-ups, including the Prisoners, with an uncompromising verve and energy, undiminished from their earliest days. The Galileo 7contact details:thegalileo7.fourfour.com/homeAs well as bashing the bass in Graham Day & The Forefathers, Allan Crockford also plays guitar, sings and writes the songs in his psych-tinged four-piece garage-pop combo, The Galileo 7. He'll be doing a double shift on June 6th as they warm up early-comers before the evening's power trio extravaganza. Also featuring Mole (from the Higher State) on bass, Russ Baxter (Secret Affair) on drums and Viv Bonsels on organ, their 3rd album 'False Memory Lane' is out in a few weeks.
Bio: It's a difficult endeavor to categorize or label what genre they have embraced, but south central-Kentuckian band Forefathers seem to be up for the extra work in pushing their creative boundaries within their upcoming "Self titled" EP. Offering their own rare, fresh, and distinctive style, the ba...See Full Bio
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