It’s the hometown leg of Seventh Syndicate’s summer tour – and they’re ably supported by Plastic Factory, Scott Revelle & Lolly Richardson.
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Seventh Syndicate are an Alternative Rock band based in Birmingham/Wolverhampton, England. The band is made up of 4 members with an age range from early 20s to early 30s: John Lowe (Vocals and Rhythm Guitar), Brendan Cooke (Lead Guitar), Gav Moran (Bass) and Richard Worsey (Drums).
The band takes its influences from some of the most successful 1990’s alternative rock artists, such as The Smashing Pumpkins, Pearl Jam, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and more. The music marries these influences with some more modern artists of the alternative scene to create a fresh sound that is lacking in today’s charts. With quality song writing at the forefront, Seventh Syndicate deliver driving drums, smart bass lines and sizzling leads.
The band have been busy over the last year playing headline gigs around the Midlands and further beyond in London and Wales. The band have released a 4 track E.P, recorded with Gavin Monaghan of Magic Garden Studios (credits including: Robert Plant, Paolo Nutini, Editors, Nizpoli, Holloways, The Twang and more). Having just completed a fresh batch of recordings as well, Seventh Syndicate are gearing up to release their latest single.
Five piece Alternative/Garage band hailing from Birmingham. Formed January 2013, their sets produce electrifying energy embedded with catchy riffs and lyrical prowess, all of which is warmly welcomed by a growing fan base.
2015 saw the bands first EP release on May1st. The first song released, ‘Cruel World’, has been tagged as ‘Pure British Substance’ as well as containing ‘Smokey Beats’. ‘Lets Roll’, caught the ears of twitter armies who labelled it ‘funk rock genius’.
2017 saw a change of drummers and with it a change in sound. They have made one release with the new line up ‘Kower’ with a second EP in the fires. Fans can expect the EP to land summer 2017.
Where socialism and indie pop collide… it’s a 3-piece effort here from one of Brum’s finest indie pop acts; still except the same foot-tapping excellence given from their full line-up.
Lolly has been making herself on the local acoustic circuit, and we can’t wait to host her again here. Plus it’s her birthday weekend, which is reason enough to come.
Doors at 7.30
7.45: Lolly Richardson
8.30: Scott Revelle
9.15: Plastic Factory
10.00: Seventh Syndicate
£3 from Skiddle; £5 on the door.