Dead Famous band at St Albans pub

THE Dead Famous will be playing live at The Horn pub in St Albans later this week.

They will be appearing at the Victoria Street music venue tomorrow (Thursday) night.

The band formed in 2011 after James and Dan met while touring the festival circuit with their respective bands – Elliot Minor and Go Audio – and decided to set up a new project, The Dead Famous, taking on Ollie Collins and Dave Baker to complete the line-up.

Support comes from Echoes Of An Age, an alternative rock band from Hemel Hempstead, and She Formed The Skies, a four-piece pop-rock band based in Bedfordshire.

Tickets for the 18 plus gig cost £5 in advance and £7 on the door.

Visit www.juiceboxindie.com for more details.

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