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Music Venue Trust - Fightback Gig

  • The Horn Victoria Street St Albans, England, AL1 3TE United Kingdom (map)

We are pleased to be able to confirm that The Horn and Juicebox Live will be supporting the Music Venue Trust by launching the first of what will be the start of regular events across the UK to support Grassroots Venues. 100% of profits for the show will be donated to the MVT Emergency Response Service.

Emerging from the town of Kettering in the East Midlands are MONARCHS, an Indie rock trio who create anthemic rock choruses fused with infectious melodies. Their brand of hook-laden indie rock at times has a dark undertone.

In 2016, MONARCHS supported bands such as Crows, Get Inuit, The Amazons, Trampolene etc. 2017 is going to be a huge year, and these boys are looking to carry on from where they left off...

The Scruff
The Scruff are an energetic four piece from Bedford who combine ballsy Britpop-esque guitar riffs with lyrics that tell vivid, relatable tales in the style of The Libertines and early Arctic Monkeys.
The Scruff have made a name for themselves with consistently brilliant live performances including support slots with Blossoms and DMAs and sold out headline shows in their home town and beyond. During late 2017 the bands single 'Her' received widespread national radio play and was playlisted on BBC Radio 1 and Radio X.

Written in Ink
St Albans 5 piece Indie-Rock Band Written In Ink have already started creating waves in their hometown and following in the footsteps of other great bands from Herts!
Support slots alongside the likes of Strange Bones and October Drift as well as performing to a packed second stage tent at Wilkestock festival where The Libertines Carl Barat watched the bands set from side of stage, these are a hot new band to keep your eyes on!

The Kut (Princess Maha acoustic set)
“Your snarly singer-guitarist in the latest line up of this doughty girl-grunge trio. Shades of Courtney, Brody and L7, naturally, but with plenty of contemporary haters to aim her barbs at” The Guardian

TICKETS: £5 Adv / £7 Door

Ages 14+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by a guardian)

Earlier Event: December 18
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