Carnaby treat in store at The Horn
A BAND who claim their live show will leave you laying in the gutter looking at the stars will be performing at The Horn next week. Carnabyhouse are Paul Littler (vocals, guitar), Scott English (guitar, organ, vocals), Josh Kemp (bass) and Duncan Clark
A BAND who claim their live show will "leave you laying in the gutter looking at the stars" will be performing at The Horn next week.
Carnabyhouse are Paul Littler (vocals, guitar), Scott English (guitar, organ, vocals), Josh Kemp (bass) and Duncan Clark (drums).
The St Albans four-piece insist their sound mixes a "sixties London vibe with bouncing ska, wrapped up in punchy mod riffs, with a nod to drum n' bass", while their live shows involve "raw passion, madness and good old-fashioned fun".
Judge for yourself when Carnabyhouse perform at The Horn, on Friday, June 19.
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They will be playing alongside Bebop & Rocksteady, Tobacco Road, Ground Dust and Katie Mason.
The music starts at 8pm and will finish at midnight, to be followed by a DJ set until 2am.
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Tickets cost �5 on the door.
For more go to www.myspace.com/carnabyhouse