Nick gets Yuck off to a good start

Ruislip & Eastcote & Northwood Gazette - - What’s On -

YUCK INDIE are back at The Trin­ity in Har­row on Satur­day with a su­perb ar­ray of en­ter­tain­ing acts for just £5 en­try fee.

The line-up in­cludes Latenight Honeymoon, who have a funky indie disco feel akin to the Lady­hawke sound with ex­tra conga rhythms.

Up next are the four-piece known as Pet Hates who have very up­beat and jan­gly, yet raw and psy­che­delic, vibe pro­duc­ing a Bloc Party meets The Po­lice via The Cure sound.

Hid­den Palace are a four piece band from Wat­ford with in­ter­est­ing ar­range­ments in the Biffy Clyro vein, but with added vo­cal har­mony against a more at­mo­spheric back­drop of sound.

The evening kicks off, how­ever, with the unique singer/song­writ­ing tal­ents of Nick Byrne from Mar­low.

The live mu­sic starts at around 7pm and you can en­joy the DJ-ing tal­ents of Steven An­der­son-Howard be­fore, dur­ing and af­ter the bands with old and new tunes from artists such as Joy Divi­sion, The Strokes, Hu­man League, Blos­soms, Florence and the Ma­chine, The Vac­cines and much, much more.

Nick Byrne

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