Set to the backdrop of a full Halloween moon and echoes of fancy dress parties, Manchester 2 piece, Bad Grammar will bring their unique brand of scuzzy pop songs to Dulcimer on 31st October.
It’s a busy time for the band, in between sought after support slots with bands such as: Giant Drag, Future of the Left and Drenge, their recent single, ‘Tie or Die’, was described in the NME as ‘…a pop-punk storm of knockout riffs and vocals’, and we reckon things are just going to get bigger for the band – catch them at Dulcimer for just a fiver. https://soundcloud.com/badgrammar
Sticking with the theme of ace two-piece bands, support comes from Manchester based, The Hyena Kill. After forming in September 2011 the band went into the studio early 2012 to record their debut EP “Gush”. Following the success of the EP the duo have spent the last year gigging around the UK, bringing their own blend of heavy alternative rock to the masses.
The band have now recorded their second EP “Scrape My Bones”