Punk four-piece Synthetix play Stevenage pub

16:41 11 July 2014

Synthetix

Synthetix

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Punk-inspired four-piece The Synthetix come to Stevenage next Saturday, July 19.

The quartet will play the Old Town’s Coach and Horses pub with a set featuring everything great about late ’70s scene – from The Clash through to The Jam and The Ramones aiming to summon up the spirit of the golden era of punk and new wave music.

Organiser Jennie Hurst said: “These guys put on a really fantastic show and I think everyone who comes will get a real sense of authenticity from their performance.

“These guys really know their stuff and love to get the crowd going – it’s going to be quite a night!”

Visit www.thesynthetix.com for more information.

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