We were pleased to make it possible for Dave Graney and the MistLy to play in Salford in the spring, and we are equally pleased to be able to do the same for fellow Melbournian Harry Howard this month.
With the first of only two dates in the UK Harry Howard and the NDE appear on 21st November 2016 at The Eagle Inn in Salford.
Harry Howard is an Australian musician who played, wrote and toured with The Birthday Party, Crime & the City Solution, and These Immortal Souls.
Harry now fronts his own band Harry Howard and the NDE . The band also includes Edwina Preston on keyboards and backing vocals, as well as Clare Moore on Drums and Dave Graney on bass. Unfortunately Dave and Clare cannot make this tour and their roles will be filled by Craig Williamson on drums and Chris Hughes on bass – both having served time as members of These Immortal Souls
Harry is embarking on this UK/European tour to support the release of the bands third album ‘Sleepless Girls’. He is only playing two dates in the UK and we are pleased to be able to host the opening gig and a unique chance to hear the band’s garage post punk sound in the intimate surroundings of The Eagle in Salford .
The band will play a Marc Riley Session on 6Music on Wednesday 23rd at Media City – Salford Quays before playing the Betsey Trotwood in London on 24th November, and then on to dates in Europe, before returning to Melbourne.
Poppycock are a musical collective led by Fall and Blue Orchids founder Una Baines, and are regular performers on the Manchester music scene. With an ever fluid line-up and an exceptional set of songs they are a must see band with in impressive vocal line-up.
Early Bird Tickets priced at £5 are available from the ticket link. These are E – Tickets so please bring a digital or paper copy on the night if you book in advance.
Pay on the door – £7
The new album from Harry Howard & The NDE and previous releases will be available for sale on the night.
This is a rare opportunity to see this band and tickets are limited to 80 so fans should book early to avoid disappointment.