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When: 7.30pm on Monday 11 September 2023
Where: Aatma, 1st Floor, 14-16 Faraday St, Manchester M1 1BE

We’re delighted to welcome The Bevis Frond back to Manchester – with guests Sewage Farm!

The Bevis Frond (guitarist and songwriter extraordinaire Nick Saloman) have ultimately become the UK’s leading underground psychedelic rock band. Their music is an iconoclastic collision of distinctly British psychedelia, space-rock, grunge, slow-burning soulful laments, even grizzled folk and more than occasional moments of sublime pop genius.

‘Arguably Britrock’s most prolific one-man cottage industry’ – Uncut

‘The main strength of the Bevis Frond is the exquisite songwriting, with pithy and poignant lyrics delivered in a very uncompromising English roots accent. Artists such as Teenage Fanclub, Elliott Smith and Mary Lou Lord have covered their songs, while he’s played with Current 93, The Hawklords, Oneida and Arthur Lee of Love, amongst many others, and counts J Mascis amongst his fans’ – The Quietus

Tour support comes from Sewage Farm. Sewage Farm started in 2015 and they feature Sam Forrest (Nine Black Alps, The Sorry Kisses) on vocals and guitar, Danny Trew Barton (Cowgirl) on bass and Danny Hirst on drums. The band have released three albums, plus Mould – their first release for Safe Suburban Home Records. Sewage Farm have toured the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands and have played with bands such as Say Sue Me and Shonen Knife.

This show is a co-promotion with Waail.

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