Mon 2nd Nov at 7:30pm 2020 to Mon 2nd Nov at 10:30pm 2020
The Sugarmill in Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom
Strange Bones come from Blackpool, and Blackpool is Strange Bones. A town in Lancashire but a town not ‘part’ of Lancashire. This is a town of total political autonomy, fiercely independent of mind, body and spirit. Not ‘part’ of anything except itself. Strange Bones could come from nowhere else.
In 2014 Bob, Jack and Will Bentham teamed up with lifelong friend Stuart Newburn and formed Strange Bones. Just mates, playing punk rock music together in this most independent of British towns.
First came ‘Sick of it All’ (SOIA) a powerful slab of Blackpool Rock, followed by the anthem 'God Save The Teen’, which have both had continuous plays and heavy support by Annie Mac, Dan P Carter, Phil Taggart, and Abbie McCarthy on BBC Radio 1, as well as Julie Adenuga on Beats1, Alex Baker on Kerrang Radio, and Ian Camfield on XS Radio
They are putting loud music out again, it’s worth listening to because it has a purpose. With a sold out 'Jack Daniels' residency in Blackpool and festivals appearances at Download UK and France, Live at Leeds, The Great Escape, and Reading And Leeds.
Their mum and dad are proud of them.
Support from: Calva Louise, Filth and Feedbacc
Stoke-on-Trent's nationally acclaimed live music venue and nightclub which has been open since 1994. We actively promote the local band scene and also try and bring some of the bigger names back to the city to play at The Victoria Hall and Keele University.
The Sugarmill is situated at the bottom of Brunswick Street in the heart of the Cultural Quarter of Hanley, the city centre of Stoke-on-Trent, right next to the Stage Door pub and opposite Fiction nightclub.