The Wytches to hit Hitchin

15:26 06 February 2014

The Wytches

The Wytches

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Psychadelic rock trio The Wytches is coming to town.

The alternative music group, made up of Peterborough residents Kristian Bell, Gianni Honey and Daniel Rumsey, will be bringing their unique brand of far-out guitar rhythms to Hitchin’s Club 85 next Saturday.

Having performed in the US at last years South by Southwest music festival and been described by grunge queen Courtney Love as “awesome”, there is certainly a lot of buzz surrounding this young trio.

They will also be joined by fellow alternative rockers Tilt Shift and Sons of Guns.

Tickets are available from both Club 85 and the David’s Music shop in Letchworth GC. You can also buy them online at www.wegottickets.com

Doors open at 8pm with a £6 entry fee. All entrants must present photo ID.

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