Original punk band return for Hitchin hometown show

16:31 22 May 2014

Bleach Boys

Bleach Boys


Punk stars The Bleach Boys will be playing in Hitchin this Saturday.

The band, regulars at the town’s Rhythms of the World festival, are well known for their seven inch vinyl releases such as Cholorform and The Bicycle Song.

Having originally formed back in 1976, the band is still going strong and hopes to give audiences a night to remember with a sound described as “loud, fast and not very PC”.

Fresh from a tour of Europe, they will now play The King’s Arms pub alongside regular music maestro DJ S*M*A*S*H.

Their album Four Cyclists Of The Apocalypse is now available online.

Visit www.thebleachboys.co.uk for more information.


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