Thu 2nd Mar


Wood Burning Savages, Petty Youth, Buffalos Bay & Thee Dirt Byrds

£3.00 Doors 9.00PM



The Wood Burning Savages are a rip-roaring four piece with a taste for vitriol and a reputation for discord. Formed in Derry city, Northern Ireland, the band is made up of Paul Connolly (Vocals/Guitar), Daniel Acheson (Bass), Aaron McClelland (Drums) and Shea Tohill (Guitar). They’ve been lauded for their frenetic live show and twisted brand of pulsating riffs. Their breezy intensity has been compared to the likes of The Clash, Death From Above 1979 and Queens of the Stone Age. Having played the BBC Introducing Tent at Glastonbury, the band has gone on to be selected to play BBC Radio Ulster's 40th Anniversary Special from their hometown in Derry and Whelan's Ones To Watch 2016.



Petty Youth are a garage rock band from County Down, Northern Ireland. Formed in 2013, they have been unleashing their caustic brand of blues-soaked, glam-tinged and punk-wrought garage rock 'n' roll on gig-goers and festival audiences across the UK and Ireland ever since.  Steeped in a strict DIY ethic, Petty Youth have released a number of self-recorded singles in the true garage rock tradition, many of which have received significant airplay on both national and international radio stations. Gaining a reputation as a formidable live act, Petty Youth specialize in delivering hard-hitting, balls-to-the-wall performances that have been lauded widely by critics:


Buffalos Bay are a 6 piece psychedelic rock/pop band from Belfast, Northern Ireland.  Established in 2015, their influences include The Beatles, The Kinks, Pink Floyd, The Doors, The Eagles & Dire Straits.



Suffered silence 
talked with fools
slept with demons
walked the hills 
hid from truth
choked on flies
Lost the bet
grew old ‘n’ grey…

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