Raglans headline the Horn in St Albans tonight

17:28 24 April 2014

Raglans

Raglans

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An up-and-coming indie band who have supported the likes of HAIM and the Courteeners are headlining the Horn tonight.

Raglans have already garnered support from BBC Radio 1 and NME for their single (Lady) Roll Back The Years.

The St Albans show at the Victoria Street venue marks the penultimate date in their tour which has taken them across the country.

Stephen Kelly, the lead singer of the Dublin based band, said of their music: “It’s folk, it’s indie, it’s revivalist blues.

“They’re the sort of songs we want people to play at parties, around the campfires, festivals - the lot”.

For more information or tickets visit http://www.thehorn.co.uk/whats-on/events/24-apr-14-raglans-the-horn/

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