[Description] Born from the ashes of The King Blues comes BLEACH BLOOD. Fronted by Jamie Jazz, wasting no time before getting back on the scene and doing what he does best. Born out of a bunch of songs written a bedroom somewhere in the vibrant warehousing district of London's Manor House comes Bleach Blood. This is Jamie's complied love of 70's (post) punk, dance, electronica and pop music. Along with the thundering beats of Invisible Frank, Charlie Elliot synthed up bass lines and touring guitarist Paul Mullen's math psych guitars, expect honest songs about love, loss, escapism, friendship and whatever else falls out of their collective heads. Support on the night sees a welcome return of two of Huddersfields finest in math rockers BEWARE WOLF and dark hearted indie/punks THE CORONERS Doors 8pm £5 entry
I Set The Sea On Fire join us for the Sheffield Leg of they're northern tour. Support comes in the shape of YME's very own Stop Drop Robot. We welcome The Coroners and Annie Rockett into the fold and egarly await the return of new kids on the block Nowhere Near London, set to be a jam packed night of celebrations... All in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support. Would love you to join us, we intend to reach capacity for this gig so get down early, free entry.
we are playing with two very good bands from are home town will be a great night hopefully cya there .
we are on first so will be on at 9pm
Label: Dead by Dawn
Bio: The Coroners are a four piece band which formed in Holmfirth, UK in the Summer of 2010 (as a three piece). Originally an "indie" punk band, a recent lineup change has led to a harder more aggressive style. The band’s lead vocalist Robert Sharp also plays lead guitar, with Dan Gallo on guitar and ...See Full Bio
are looking forward to this Friday.