The Natives at The Horn, St Albans

15:55 06 June 2014

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Natives will be going native at The Horn in St Albans when they play the music pub on Sunday.

Having performed shows with the likes of Mayday Parade, We Are The Ocean and Kids in Glass Houses already this year, they are beginning to make big waves in the music scene.

The quintet comprises Jim Thomas (vocals), Andy White (drums), Greg Day (bass), Jack Fairbrother (guitar) and Ash Oliver (guitar).

They are making a name for strong guitar riffs, heavy kicking drums and belting choruses and have a headline tour planned for December.

Tickets are £7.50 in advance and £9 on the door.

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