For those who missed our stint on Resonance FM last Saturday, you can stream it as of now from the Hello Goodbye page. The podcast proper should be up by the end of the week for anyone who wishes to download.
Thanks to everyone at Resonance for a great day :)
Our next live outing will be this coming Friday at one of our favourite haunts, The Unicorn Camden.
As ever, doors for this show will be FREE!
Here's the details, hope to see you there!
ONE UNIQUE SIGNAL
THE PSYCH OUT MUSIKLAND BIG BAND
Friday 30th March 2012
227 Camden Road,
Doors: 8pm | FREE ENTRY
Hope we are all enjoying the last bit of summer!
Busy times ahead as we journey the remainder of 2011.
October sees us head out to Italy for a bunch of shows, performing both OUS and Telescopes sets on almost every date. Here's the final schedule:
Oct 6th - Lille (FR), Le Select
Oct 7th - Fribourg (SW), Le Belvedere et le mouton noir (Telescopes Only)
Oct 8th - Domodossola (IT), Cafe Guapos
Oct 9th - Milan (IT), La Sacrestia (No Fun Festival)
Oct 10th - Ferrara (IT), Zuni (Telescopes Only)
Oct 11th - Massa (IT), Tagomago
Oct 12th - Rome (IT), Circolo Artisti
Oct 13th - Bari (IT), Aquaviva delle Fonti. Oasi San Martino
Oct 14th - Brescia (IT), Lio Bar
As is the norm, check Facebook for more specific details.
Oct 2nd also sees the release of our new single 'Hey Alchemist/Neuralgia' on ltd ed 7'. We will have stock for the Euro dates but for anyone unable to make one of the shows, Genepool will be handling the mail order. You can purchase HERE - 'Bad ass, killer zoned out/zoned in synapse-frying head-rush mind-f**k trance' - NRF blog If digital is your thang then you can download now from all the usual mob (iTunes etc).
Here's some reviews:
Blood or Love / Not for Resale / TBTCI
Following their relocation to LA, Eat Light Become Lights played their final UK show for the foreseeable future at Cargo in London recently. For those who missed this awesome spectacle, here's footage of the closing track 'White Horses'.
You can't see them, but stage left were Byron and Nick on Guitar and noise boxes adding to the overall glorious cacophony. Great times!
In November we will be heading back into the studio to record new tracks for an upcoming split single. More on that as and when.
On December the 1st we will be doing a Telescopes set at Corsica Studios. Supports to be confirmed. This will be the first full band 'scopes set in London following the ATP show.
That should do for now :)
Thanks for your ongoing!
Hello friends! A quick heads up to let you know that on March 28th, our good chums @ Genepool records will be releasing a ltd Vinyl only release documenting our tour with The Telescopes last year. The Telescopes: Live. Aftertaste (Heavy Vinyl) Side one: There is no floor Sadness pale Threadbare Violence Side two: Please, before you go Suicide A livid document. Recorded in pastpresentfuture tense. In 2010, highly influential/ inspirational noise/psych revolutionaries The Telescopes gave a rare and memorable glimpse of their classic debut 'Taste'. Which stormed the independent charts over twenty years ago, sending waves beyond the realm of natural vision that resonate still. This will be the first release on the new 'Static Charge' imprint (STATIC1). Despite the March release date, this will be available globally and therefore pre order is strongly advised! Follow the link here to make sure you don't miss out... http://www.thegenepool.co.uk/items/659.htm
We have very little coming up shows wise over the coming month but a number of things happening in April. Head over to the shows page for details.
More when there's more :)
A Happy New Year to you all! Thank you for all your wonderful support last year and we look forward to hooking up with you all in 2010!
The year kicks off for us at our favourite London night, Rip This Joint on Sat 16th January. As always it's at the Constitution Camden. Full address and line up details are on the shows page but basically it's £2 and all the bands are awesome so get along and enjoy what is by far the best gig night in the capital!
After that we head off for a UK tour with the superb Telescopes. As well as supporting on each date, we will join Stephen Lawrie on stage as we collectively belt out a set of early 'Taste' era material!
Ticket prices vary around the country but for a set like the one on offer all dates are a bargain!
Below are the dates and we really hope you can join us for what will be really special shows for us!
Thursday 11th February 2010
1 Phoenix Place, Brighton, East Sussex. BN2 9ND.
With: Gin Panic.
Doors: 7.30pm/ 16+
Advance tickets £6 From local store outlets +
We Got Tickets: http://www.wegottickets.com/viewcart/festrtn_60356
Friday 12th February 2010
Colchester Arts Centre.
1 Church Street,Colchester, Essex. CO1 1NF.
Doors: 8pm / £6 Advance.
We Got Tickets: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/61837
Saturday 13th February 2010
Birmingham Sound of Confusion @ The Victoria.
48 John Bright Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. B1 1BN.
Doors. 8pm / Cost: £5 Adv
Tuesday 16th February 2010
141 St Marys Street, Southampton, Hampshire. SO14 1NS.
Doors 8pm / Advance Tickets £6
Wednesday 17th February 2010
London - Monto Underbelly
11 Hoxton Square, London. N1 6NU.
With: Lillian Gish.
Doors: 7.30pm / Cost £6 Advance / £8 Door
Thursday 18th February 2010
Exeter Cavern Club
83-84 Queen Street, Exeter, Devon. EX4 3RP
With: 97 Lovers + New Years Evil
Doors: 7.30pm / Cost £4 (Special Promotion!)
Friday 26th February 2010
Manchester - Blowout Club
Chorlton Irish Centre, 17 High Lane, Chorlton, Manchester. M21 9DJ.
With: The Second Floor + Gnod.
Doors: TBC / Cost: TBC
Hello again! Right, as promised, we've been tucked away in the rehearsal room writing material for the new EP. We're planing a 12' release this time around and hopefully there will be something of a collaboration going on as well. We're in the studio early March and should have the EP ready for release late spring. All being well, the new tracks will be debuted live during the next bunch of shows we have coming up. There's hopefully some news to come regarding our inclusion on a superb compilation CD, as well as a cover version we are doing for another compilation to celebrate the opening of a new studio here in London. We'll fill you in on these details once we have something more concrete to tell you.
Right then, those shows. We have three lined up at present with the first of them being at the Bull & Gate, Kentish Town on Saturday 21st Feb with Real feal, Cove & Percival Gage. This is quickly followed by a support slot opening up for the legendary Sonic Boom (aka Pete Kember / Spacemen 3) as he brings his Spectrum tour to Oxford's Wheatsheaf on Tues 25th Feb. Also playing will be local psychedelics, Spiral 25. After that we return to London to curate the March Rip This Joint night at the superb Camden Constitution. We've picked a great line up for this with Silent Front, Art of Burning Water and a debut show for the Synth Noise freak out of Blacktron Invasion!
After this, we have a short break while Byron heads over to Canada for a month so pop along to a show and have a listen to the new stuff!
See you all soon!
One Unique Signal
Saturday 21st February 2009
The Bull & Gate
389 Kentish Town Road, London NW5 2TJ
Doors: 8pm / £5 With Flyer, £6 without
VACUOUS POP Presents:
One Unique Signal
Tuesday 24th February 2009
129 High Street, Oxford. OX1 4DF
Doors: 8pm / Tickets £6 Adv
RIP THIS JOINT Presents:
One Unique Signal
Art of Burning Water
Saturday 21st March 2009
42 St Pancras Way, Camden, London. NW1 0QT
Doors: 8pm / £2 - NO GUESTLIST
First up, a huge thank you to Cherry But No Cake for inviting us to play on last Saturdays 'Rip This Joint' night at the Constitution Cellar in Camden. This is a great monthly gig night put on by a group of bands who curate a night in monthly rotation. This turned out to be one of the best shows we've been a part of and we'll definitely be paying customers at the next one. Check the My Space here:
Thanks to those who turned out and to the people seeing us for the fist time who stopped for a natter!
Next up we have a really special show that we ourselves are curating. Tooting Bizarre who put on shows in SE London have handed one of their nights over to us and so we are really pleased to announce that we have booked one of our favourite bands, The Telescopes. Main support comes from another gem in the form of Aspen Woods who are based in Bristol. AW have played shows in the U.S and mainland Europe but this will be their first in London. We'll go on just before them and to open the night we are really pleased to be hosting the UK debut for Center Divider. Originally from Texas and now based in Brooklyn, this will be a solo set by Christian Lee. Rather than muck about with describing people's sound, all these bands can be found on the front page of our MySpace. Rest assured they have all been picked by us and the night will be very special. We've set the door at £6 but you can get advance tickets on We Got Tickets for a fiver:
Anyway, that's enough for now. We'll keep you all posted via the semi regular mail out.
More when there's more...
We mistakenly posted up the wrong venue address for our forthcoming show at the White Hart in E1. There appears to be 2 venues and we posted up the wrong one! The correct address can now be found on the shows page.
For anyone who doesn't yet know, we have begun a Blogspot page. This enables us to post up free music far quicker than if we were to code it up on here.
Pop over to http://oneuniquesignal.blogspot.com and have a root around.
Hopefully we'll see some of you on the 18th.
Bye for now!
This Friday (14th March) we return to Brighton after what seems like ages. Always a good gig down there and a this one is FREE entry! A free friday night gig down by the sea!
We'll be providing main support for this one, with 'Everyone to the Anderson' topping the bill. Also playing on the night will be MC Fashion and DJs Meatbreak & Fokka Wolfe. The running time is 8pm till 2am and the night is presented by the superb Not For Resale.
This will also be the launch night for the hard copies of our new EP, lovingly put together by us in hand made yellow sleeves with white stamped discs.
As always, it would be great to see you there!
63 Church Rd
Hove / Brighton
East Sussex. BN3 2BD
Tel / 01273 204 783
Doors: 8pm, Cost: FREE
See you all soon!
This coming Friday (5th oct) we will once again be doing a headline show at Kingston's Grey Horse.
This time out we will be playing alongside the Jesus Knives & the Siegfried Sassoon. The Jesus Knives are the new(ish) band of Nick from Wino. Where as Wino had a more laid back songy vibe going on, Jesus Knives are far more hard hitting, bringing to mind a Fugazi/Shellac sort of fusion thang! They have pulled in some very good reviews in their short lifespan and are well worth checking out.
We have to hold our hands up and say that despite hearing the name plenty, we know very little about the Siegfried Sassoon.
In a previous incarnation they were known as Misterhall and after playing a show with them way way back we were impressed enough to link to them from here.
Anyway, both these bands can be found on MySpace and are within our friends pages, so head over there and check them out.
As for us, we plan to include at least two new tracks in our set. Since becoming a five piece we have been busy evolving the sound into the more drone heavy ideal we have always aimed for. Anyone who has seen us in the past few months will have heard 'Bishops' which offers a slight insight into the general direction we are heading.
The new stuff has been a while coming we know, but finally we are making up some ground. The aim is to have 4 new songs recorded by the end of the year although as some of you will know, us and recording = NOT QUICK!!!
Anyway, those we play on Friday may well form part of those recordings.
Right, the gig is 4 quid and the doors are at 20.00. We really hope you can make it down!
Thanks for your ongoing support!
As usual, more when there's more.
We have booked up to do another Riot Club night, this time at Kingstons Grey Horse. Once again we will be joined by our chums Caretaker with Distant Cousins completing the nights line up. Doors are 8pm, we're on about 10ish and its 4 quid. Caretaker alone are worth 200!
In between moving home, Byron has been busy putting together some T-shirts. Each one is unique in design and he's pretty sure he's covered all sizes and colours. There's even a few baby t's for that figure hugging look...JAMSIE!!! Anyway, they will be available initially at all shows we play and soon (once we've got our heads around the setting up), on My Space.
There have been some good reviews of the Album recently with the McDonalds & a Gun Fanzine being particularly kind. Check it out here...
Think that's all for now except to say thank you to both Paul & Claire at A Badge of Friendship for all their hard work in putting together a superb day of music at their recent festival! If you haven't already been to a show put together by these two then make some time.
Thanks for dropping by & hope to see you all soon!
The CD copies of Tribe Castle & Nation are now available to order from the Genepool Records site! We will also be selling copies at each show we play over the summer and will soon sort out a way for them to be ordered from both here and the My Space page. We will also keep you updated on any shops that take stock of them over the next month or so.
Here is a link to the Genepool shop if you want one now. http://www.genepoolrecords.com/shop.html
We would like to thank those of you who have remained interested after what seems like forever. Your support means a great deal to us and we can only apologise for such shameless disorganisation!
See you soon!
Hello! Anyone who has been kind enough to stop by here anytime in the last six months or so could be forgiven for thinking that we had shut up shop and moved on. The truth is we have been going through a number of changes. Unwillingness on our part to at first accept them coupled with the ease at which inactivity and procrastination can take hold has led to this period of feet up!
We wont clog up the pages of this website with detailed descriptions of what has been going on. It will be better to offer a summary of that and speak a little of what were doing now and what we have lined up.
Right then, the big news first. Lee has decided he can no longer be a part of OUS. He recently moved back out to the West Country having had enough of
And so to where we are now... Just prior to Lees departure we toyed with the idea of bringing in a third Guitarist to add to our options. It worked out very well and so we now welcome
As it stands, we are going through a period of intense rehearsals to bring the new boys up to speed. We have our first show with the new line up on 17th May at the Gray Horse in Kingston, a nice low key affair to settle us all back into playing again. For after this, we are currently booking as many gigs as we can, including a show with Pink Noise from
As for the album, we have agreed with Genepool to hold off the hard copy release until early/mid summer. This will coincide with the lion share of our gigs and seems to be a bit more sensible. Dont forget it can still be downloaded at most major sites though. If you get one, leave us a nice review pretty please!
Right, that only leaves us to say that the ever dependable Byron will be taking over Vocal duties. Trust us, he does a blinding job with the current set and as those songs bleed into the new material we are writing it is giving our sound a whole new dynamic.
Thanks for your patience and ongoing support. Hopefully in 2007 OUS can be a fully functioning band again! More when theres more.
Just to say that Robots + Electronic Brains Fanzine has just run a review of the album.
Rather than post it up here it's probably more polite for anyone interested to pay them a visit.
Here's the link:
It can be found in the reviews/Archive section.
Should have some news on a street date for the album & some gigs news in the not too distant.
Stay well people!
We have been starting to get some positive reviews of the album which is always a good thing. If you're into doing the Download thang, then here are the sites that currently carry us...
When the others get in on the act we'll post them up here.
The album has finally arrived on the Digital download sites. We haven't had a chance to check all of them yet but so far iTunes have it along with Napster Woolworths & even Tesco!
It's under a tenner so if you have the cash to spare then please don't let us stop you!
It's been a long time coming and we have talked it up a lot, but hopefully you won't be disappointed with the end result.
News on the 'hard copies' when we get it.
Thanks for your patience and ongoing support. See you all soon in gig land.
Now this really is getting crazy! Two updates in two days?!?!?!?
Anyway, just to let you know that you can now hear the tracks from Tribe, Castle and Nation on the Genepool Records website. Here's the link
Hello again! We have been rather slack of late with updating the site. In truth we have been busy writing new stuff and working out the final album art. All pretty boring and not much worthy of an update.
Anyway, this Thursday sees us out and about again supporting Stasi @ the Colour Bar Camden. It's a fiver on the door or four quid with a flier which can be ripped from our MySpace page or if you would like us to email you a flier then just ask.
Hopefully see some of you there
Sorry about that! We're a bit DIY in our approach to most things band related & our website is no exception. We share our website host with a good number of other local bands & labels and once the renewal fee came up it was a case of getting everyone to cough up at the same time. Bit of a nightmare to say the least. Still, we're back now and we hope you can forgive us.
Right then, a long overdue update. Album - recorded, mixed & mastered. Album Art - All done and ready to hand over along with said album. Once we have met with our friends @ Genepool we'll have a better idea of timescales etc. Gigs - We are opening up an evening at the Peel in Kingston this coming Wednesday with 'Stasi' & 'Blank Kanvas' completing procedings. It's been ages since we last played there so we're quite looking forward to it. Over 18s only unfortunatley, but if you can make it we would love to see you. We also have a show in Camden on 25th of May, details of which we'll put up in the next week or so.
Think that's most of it for now. Thanks for your patience with the website & hopefully see some of you on Wednesday.
If you haven't already, get over to MySpace and join our friends list.
Well that went well! A good old dirty East End venue with some good old dirty music. Byron took up his role like he'd always been there and all the bands went down a treat. A fine turn out as well it must be said and as always, a big thank you to those who took the time to express to us how much they enjoyed it. Now Byron has settled himself into the set we are looking to start writing new stuff. It's long overdue and all being well we should have some
brand spanking ditties to try out on your ears within the next few shows.
By the way, we've added a couple of shots from the gig to the photos page both here and on MySpace should you wish to have a look. Thanks to both Anj & Lou for for capturing us poncing about up there!
Till next time people.
Merry New Year!!! We trust you all had a good one.
Just a quick update. The Fades will be joining us & the Furious Sleep in completing the line up for the Shoreditch show in February. It will be our first show in what seems like ages alongside the Fades and will bring together some old faces.
No news as of yet on the missing guitarist, although now Xmas is out of the way things should move a bit quicker.
Stay well one & all!
Ok, the date for the re-arranged Bristol show is now Saturday 17th December. It's at the Junction, full address details of which will appear as soon as we have them. The one other confirmed band at present is 'Perhaps Contraption'.
We should also have some album news in the next few days. Try not to faint!
Stay well people.
Well it's been a period of much activity since the last update! In the last two weeks we have canceled a show (something we have never done before), finally finished the mixing of the album with mastering being done at this very moment and sadly we have to announce that Ed has decided to move to pastures new. Ed played an important part in the bands development over the last 3 years and we wish him all the very best in whatever he now turns his hand/hands to.
For the immediate future, including the show this Thursday, we plan to soldier on as a three piece with the success/failure determining whether or not we put the feelers out for a second guitarist.
Please note that due to 2 cases of band illness we have been forced to withdraw from this evenings show with Rebus in Bristol. We have been very much looking forward to playing this part of the country and tonights show was poised to be a cracker. All being well however, we will re-schedule another gig in the not too distant. Anyone who was planning to come along and see us and is now left twiddling their thumbs, drop us an e-mail and we will see if we can make it up to you.
Two final points of note. Firstly, people who find themselves in possesion of a cold of some sort should remember that failing to cover their gob when sneezing and coughing is 'bad manners'!
Secondly, on 10th November we play a show with a band coming down from Cambridge and another coming up from Winchester. As we are the local band we consider it only fair that we provide the drum kit under such circumstances. We call it 'good manners'.
Once again, to all who have been inconvenienced by us this evening, please accept our apologies.
Welcome to those who find themselves here after last nights show. From our point of view what at first appeared as a disaster waiting to happen soon turned out to be a great night. For those who hadn't seen us before, we are in actual fact a four piece! Ed was unfortunately taken ill early in the day and with one band already pulling out we were left with no option but to carry on regardless. We had not played those songs as a three piece ever and had no time to see how they would stand up. As it turned out, with just one guitar, they came across with an arrogant repetition that highlighted the druggy sounding krautrock spine that lurks in the background of our sound. Although happy with how it turned out, it's not something we wish to undertake again if we can help it and no doubt by the next outing Eddy boy will be back again fighting fit.
Anyway, thanks to those who showed their support last night. We shall return in the future (with Ed in tow). Those who put their real email on the list, rather than some of the truly outrageous filth that provided a few chuckles on the jorney home, will recieve an update in the not to distant.
Positive 'vibes' for the boy Ed people!
See you all soon.
Just a quick reminder about this coming Friday (2nd Sept) when we take a trip to the coast with a show at Margate Lido of all places! Unfortunately we haven't been provided with details of who we will be playing alongside but we do know the doors are at 7.30.
Address details are on the shows page and with good weather forcast we look forward to seeing some of you there.
A huge thank you to both Claire and Paul aka A Badge of Friendship for the superb evening they put together on Tuesday! A fine evening of top music and entertainment in an unusually comfortable environment that will doubtless gather pace quickly. Those of you interested in Photography may be interested in Paul's exhibition at the Foundry on Great Eastern St., details of which can be found at:
We can also confirm a gig at the seaside for 2nd September when we take a trip to Margate! What's more it's on a Friday! We don't yet have the line up but when we do we will post them alongside the usual reminder. Address details are on the shows page.
Thanks to those who made it along on Tuesday. It was nice seeing you all again after such a long time. Your ongoing support is much appreciated!
Just to refresh the memory, we are playing our first show in 'donkeys' this coming Tuesday at the Vibe Bar on Brick Lane. Remember it's Free entry to see three bands with a DJ set by A Badge of Friendship!
We are also in the process of arranging a show in Margate for the end of the month, the exact date of which will be posted up here as soon as agreed. As we go into Autumn we are looking at getting back out there with a number of shows around the country. It's been a while but the album work is pretty much complete and now is the time to focus on shows and get out and meet up with you all again.
Thanks for your patience people, we look forward to seeing you all soon.
Huge apologies for the offensive lack of updates! In truth, there has been very little that can be regarded as news worthy in OUS world of late although we appreciate that is no excuse for a month or so of blank page! Things have been busy in preperation for the album release which we are pretty confident will be at the tail end of summer. We are down to final tweeks as far as mixing is concerned and have been busy compiling various lists and battle plans etc. We have also been putting our name out there on the plethora of band sites over the web so if you come across us be sure to give a generous rating!!! We have created a My Space page aswell so if you want to be a friend on the site then please feel free to add us.
On the live front, we may have a London show in the pipeline for August. We will have it confirmed in the next day or so so please check back for an update.
As a final word, thanks to those of you who have been checking back regularly and sorry for being so slack. There are busy times ahead and the chances of the site being neglected like this again are nil!
Welcome to those of you who have tracked us down after the show with GVsB. You will have witnessed a very slimmed down set which according to our watches clocked in at around 23 minutes! A great night was had (by us at least) and we hope to do a follow up in the near future. Thanks to those of you who approached us after the gig and a big thank you to our regulars who turned out in force! Next penciled in show sees us up in Cambridge with Furious Sleep but we will almost certainly be out and about before then. Take care and see you again soon!
A warm welcome to those of you who find yourselves here after our show at Oxfords Wheatsheaf on Friday! It goes down as one of the most satisfying and enjoyable shows in memory. Excellent bands, attentive, sizeable and friendly crowd and a promoter and soundman who like their jobs and know what they are doing! All being well we shall be returning around the time of the album launch. Talking of which, the mixing process has highlighted just how perfectionist we all are. What we thought would take in the region of around 4 weeks is now begining to drag. We have 4 tracks ready for mastering and once Christmas is behind us the rest will follow hopefully in quick succession. Have a fine Christmas and New Year people and see you all next month!
Finally we have a show lined up! Friday 17th December at the Wheatsheaf, 129 High Street, Oxford. Doors open at 7.30 and it will set you back £5. We will be providing support to the superb Caretaker who can be checked out via our links page. Album wise we are still going through the mixing process and any developments will of course be posted as soon as. Hopefully see some of you at the gig. Take care one and all!
Post Cheltenham Festival sees three of the 4 city boys return with their spines 'as was' from an evenings camping! Nick on the other hand is still walking with a bit of a twitch after a night in the crisp Gloustershire air! Still, onward and upward! September 18th we begin recording our debut album. We will be working with the same people who recorded 'Lowry' and expect release to be mid to late November. Updates on the progress will be posted as and when. Thanks to those we met at Greenbelt. Keep your eyes on our shows page and hopefully we will see some of you again in the not too distant.
Thank you to those who made it down to our show in Colchester last night, and special thanks to those who travelled down from Ipswich! Once again top marks to the venue for another evening of fine well matched music. We have already had a review for the show put on Drowned in Sound and as I don't currently have access to the Press section of the site, we have included it here in it's entirety.
A short interval and on come London lads One Unique Signal. Anyone who knows me also knows that I adore these guys (see my single review), and so I get into a position where I am going to see everything, a task that's far from difficult for two reasons: firstly, everyone is stood slightly back from the stage with the exception of about seven people; and secondly, because the band's lack of stage dynamics is glaringly obvious. Opening up with the cracking track 'Lowry', things could not be any better. The sound is spot on, the guys are in sync, drummer/singer Lee is obviously up for it and everything seems rosy with the world. Then thing go slightly off course. The rest of the set is filled with new tracks (can't tell you the names of any as the band don't really speak onstage) which showcase a slightly different direction for the band. Gone are the Fugazi-esque bass lines and they have been replaced by hooks that sound lifted from The Killers. This is not necessarily a bad thing and I can't wait to hear their forthcoming album to see how it translates to record but this evening it leaves me feeling a little indifferent. However, I have that gut feeling that the new stuff will grow on me in time.
We think the new stuff will grow on him in time as well!! If anyone wants to check out the new stuff then we have a show in Kingston this evening (Friday).
In addition to our Colchester show we have just confirmed a hastily arranged gig at Kingstons Fighting Cocks the following day, Friday 20th. We will be appearing with 2 of our personal favourites 'Silent Front' and (as they are known to some) 'The Sounding'. The latter have a habit of changing their name before each gig and as we understand it will on this occasion be known as 'Someone Elses Mind'. As is the norm at this venue it's £4 on the door and said door will open for business at 7.30pm. Hope to see some of you there.