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Friday 15th October 2021

IT & BLG: Cut Glass Kings, The Rotanas & Belishas

— The Lanes
Apocalyptic Rumble
time:19:00
price: Tickets Below Free E-Tickets

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Imagine That presents...

CUT GLASS KINGS

Apocalyptic Rumble from the hard hitting duo signed to Skeleton Key Records.

THE ROTANAS

Gritpop.

The Rotanas are influenced by the great British bands of the 90s but their sound is unique. They have expanded way beyond the iconic songs of the past to come up with a sound for the future which is both gritty and smooth

BELISHAS

Happiness, darkness and everything in between.

FREE ENTRY

Artist Videos:

YouTube
YouTube

Artist Audio:

Cut Glass Kings
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Drifter - Cut Glass Kings
2:35
The Rotanas
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