Sheffield debut for South Yorkshire indie rockers HUULEN
South Yorkshire's latest indie rockers HUULEN are promising 'insanely catchy guitar hooks and powerful lyrics' when they make their Sheffield debut at Cafe Totem.
They support Demons of Ruby Mae - Leicester multi-instrumentalists Jonny Gavin and Adam Rowley - at the Furnival Gate venue tomorrow, Friday, October 15, 2018.
Also on the Scruff Of The Neck promoted bill are Sheffield retro-flavoured synth band Spiders Eat Vinyl.
Doors open at 7.30pm.
Catchy melodic indie quartet HUULEN - Andy Daniels, Will Campbell, brothers Matt and Joe Ellis - are due on stage around 8.45pm.
TICKETS: Entry is for 18Tickets are Â£8, which includes a booking fee - buy in person or from the venue's web site ticket outlet at www.ticketalien.co.uk.
VIDEO: Check out the music video for Huulen's latest track Down South in our embedded YouTube player - or CLICK HERE.
Crashing drums, electric bass riff’s, insanely catchy guitar hooks and powerful lyrics are all woven into the band's DNA, explains band member Andy
They formed in February and have already recorded nearly two albums worth of songs at their friend’s studio near Oakwell stadium in Barnsley.
Now they are looking forward to playing gigs packed with best friends and rammed full of strangers.
Andy said: "Having written music that comes straight from the soul we pour out with every note, on paper, lyrically and musically.
"We formed after deciding that the radio needs sorting out."