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Sharp Class Plus The Hurricanes Plus Mega Sun Machine


The Actress and Bishop, Birmingham, 36 Ludgate Hill, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3EH


19 Oct 2024 - 20 Oct 2024

| Doors open: 7:30 PM

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Sharp Class are a British power-trio inspired by iconic artists like The Clash, The Who, and The Specials. Their music is a fusion of punk, soul, power-pop, Brit-pop, and rock 'n' roll.. The trio consists of Oliver Orton on guitar and vocals, Billy Woodfield on bass and vocals, and Declan Mills on drums. Their onstage performances are electrifying and captivating, and their catchy power-pop-laden guitar music is delivered with ease.

Come and see the "best young mod band in the country"

Main support comes from The Hurricanes making their Birmingham debut- a raucous blend of Loud Garage/Mod vibes, channelling the soulful groove of 60s Soul, the rhythmic pulse of R&B, and the rebellious spirit of Boss British Beat, as if transported straight from the iconic year of 1966. Picture The Who and The Clash colliding in a sonic time capsule. With three albums under their belt, including the recently released "Here Comes The Storm" on Nov 30, 2023, The Hurricanes continue to epitomize the raw energy and rebellious spirit of a bygone era, ensuring that the storm they've unleashed is one you won't soon forget.

Opening support comes from Southampton indie upstarts Mega Sun Machine who've been making a name for themselves down south and are making their Birmingham debut.