Childhood to play Hitchin’s Club 85

18:18 16 April 2014

Childhood will play Hitchin's Club 85

Childhood will play Hitchin's Club 85

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Rising stars Childhood will play Hitchin’s Club 85 this Sunday.

The indie four-piece, who played last year’s Reading and Leeds Festival, will play original songs such as Semester and Blue Velvet.

The video to one of their most popular songs, Solemn Skies, was nominated for a AIM Independent Music Video of the Year award.

Influenced by their love of psychadelic melodies and lo-fi indie pop they hope to bring something fresh to current music scene.

Admission costs £6 in advance or £8 on the door. All entrants must be aged 16 or over with valid ID.

Visit www.club-85.co.uk for more information.

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