Tubries play Club 85 this Friday

10:57 24 February 2014

The Tubries are set to play Club 85

The Tubries are set to play Club 85

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Alternative rock band The Tubries are playing Hitchin’s Club 85 on Friday (Febraury 28).

Since forming in 2008 they say they have gradually developed their sound from each member’s vastly different musical preferences.

Guitarist Lloyd James said: “We’ve been working really hard and our fan base does seem to be growing, slowly but surely.

“I think our music shows a really varied musical style with a great deal of consideration given to each individual instrument’s role. It’s important to us that the band is working as a team rather than just four people who are trying to show themselves off individually.”

The group will receive support from Essex-based punk quintet Trash Monroe and up-and-coming Stevenage-based indie group Young Minorities.

Doors open at 6.45pm with a £5 entry fee. Visit www.club-85.co.uk for more information.

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