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A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Free album download for all who enter! Bowker perform their debut album in full, Top Buzzer head North to bring forth the punk and Path Unknown give us their support! Special guests and giveaways all night long
Our second foray in to Rhyl, last time was a mint gig! We will be headlining at The Pot and Kettle in Rhyl. Support comes from Path Unknown, from Southport. Its free entry so come down if you are free, it will be a great night, and it will be cool to see you :-) Thanks to North Wales Gigs.
Hope Festival -
Also Path Unknown 'Influences' after party playing you a number of artists we are influenced by!
Sounds Like: Foo Fighters, Snow Patrol, Biffy Clyro, Idlewild, Manic Street Preachers
Bio: Path Unknown are a Southport band playing largely in Liverpool. Formed in late 2012/early 2013. Ian D. Hall from Liverpool sound and vision have labelled us 'One to watch'. Formed by singer/songwriter Benjamin Stephen Jones (Uk songwriting finalist) and Jack Wade from previous band Harrison Dr...See Full Bio
“In ‘Viral Parasitoid’, the sound is much smoother and less forceful, again the impressive guitar work carrying the song in places. There is a completely different tone, which allows the band to steer away from blandness, which not every artist does (I’m looking at you, Taylor Swift). But you’re listening to the song, and it’s getting a little repetitive after, I don’t know, 1 minute 29.5, and you’re getting a bit fed up. The only thing that could possibly save it would be the inclusion of 8 strikes of a violin at regular intervals, changing pitch at the seventh and eight strike. Well would you believe it? Path Unknown have thought of everything. Overall, they’re a skilled band with cool, well thought-out lyrics and a decent sound, particularly with the instrumental work. However, if the next song isn’t called ‘Killer Daddy Long Legs’ or something like that, I shall be furious.”