The Subways to rock St Albans music venue

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The Subways' Billy Lunn

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Welwyn Garden City rock trio The Subways have confirmed a Hertfordshire show ahead of the release of their forthcoming fourth album.

The Subways' Charlotte CooperThe Subways' Charlotte Cooper

Singer/guitarist Billy Lunn, bassist Charlotte Cooper and drummer Josh Morgan will play an intimate live show at The Horn pub, in St Albans, on Sunday, May 4, ahead of appearances at The Great Escape in Brighton and Camden Rocks Festival.

The band said: “It will be the first opportunity we will have to test run some of the new material we’ve been working on and finally get on stage again after such a long a break.”

Tickets cost £12.50 in advance and £15 on the door.

The Subways will play London’s Electric Ballroom on May 31 as part of Camden Rocks.

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