Holy Gloam, Gintis, and The Loose Kites

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Last event: Saturday 22 January at 6.30pm
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Part of: Storyhouse Sessions

Due to Covid related absences there has been a change to the line up. We are in the process of contacting all bookers, if you have a ticket and haven’t heard from us click here.

A triple bill in Storyhouse’s main theatre as part of Storyhouse Sessions.

The Loose Kites – 6.30pm
Chester-based upbeat folk-rock band The Loose Kites have been regulars on the local and national music scene since forming in 2007. Known for their blistering live sets and sing-a-long anthemic choruses, their self-titled debut album was released in 2009 to rave reviews.

Gintis – 8pm
Welsh/Liverpool band Gintis bring with them a playlist of existentialist pop and country-tinged melancholia. Abergele’s favoured alt country sons Gintis have been part of the North West music scene for quite some time now – just over 15 years, in fact, making “silly songs for sentimental people”.  Listen to Gintis here.

Holy Gloam– 9.30pm
Listen to Holy Gloam here.

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