Indie band Affairs are coming to Bromley for free entry pub gig
PUBLISHED: 12:34 23 January 2017
The band’s drummer Michael Bradnam is from the town
Indie band Affairs, are returning to drummer Michael Bradnam’s hometown of Bromley for a gig at the Barrel and Horn on January 27.
The five-piece band met while studying at the University of Hull having been drawn together by their mutual appreciation of great music, art, slick hair, tight jeans and loose hips.
Since university they have gone on to release their debut album Stained Gold which has received recognition from BBC Introducing, and Clash Music, and have played with the likes of Alt-J, Circa Waves, Dog Is Dead, Coasts, Nothing But Thieves and JAWS.
2016 was the band’s biggest year to date having performed at Wilkestock Festival for BBC Introducing, played sold-out shows at London’s Proud Camden, Dublin Castle and Camden Rocks. They also appeared at The Garage, 229 The Venue, Nambucca and filmed a live session for BBC Introducing Three Counties.
In Bromley they will be joined by support band Alexis Kings whose latest single Squire soared to the top 10 of Spotify’s UK Viral Chart with over 150,000 plays. It’s also been played on Radio 1 by Huw Stephens.
Entry for the gig is free and doors open at 8pm.
For more information visit barrelandhorn.com or affairsband.com.