Flying high, but time to stop by

PUBLISHED: 15:28 29 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:44 26 October 2009

Whirlwind year for The Fullertons

Whirlwind year for The Fullertons

SELL-OUT shows and a filmshoot in Stringfellows nightclub are just two highlights in what has been a whirlwind year for Red Stripe Music Award 2007 runners-up. The Fullertons have made time in their hectic schedule to stop off at The Green Room, WGC, on S

SELL-OUT shows and a filmshoot in Stringfellows nightclub are just two highlights in what has been a whirlwind year for Red Stripe Music Award 2007 runners-up.

The Fullertons have made time in their hectic schedule to stop off at The Green Room, WGC, on Saturday.

As yet unsigned, the Watford four-piece worked with Kill Destroy Promotions (The Gallows and the Rakes) on their first full-length music video, filmed at the famous gentlemen's club.

The Fullertons are David Chanell (vocals and guitar), Chris Cahnell (keyboards, vocals and guitar), Pete Durant (bass and vocals) and Richard Iles (drums).

Their tracks Lonely Eyes and Where You Going To Now are available to download from the band's myspace page.

Second on the bill at The Green Room are fresh young talent The Stubbs. The sixth form students have been playing together for over two years.

They release their debut single, Johnny, on February 25. About the track, the band said: "We think Johnny is the best song we've ever written and we think you will too."

Johnny will be available from all major download stores and the band are confident it stands a good chance of hitting the download chart.

Also supporting are Critical Path and The Turnstyles.

Doors will open at 8pm. Entrance is £5.


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