The Fleece in Bristol to host Cats In Space

PUBLISHED: 14:38 07 September 2017 | UPDATED: 14:38 07 September 2017

Cats In Space will perform in Bristol next month.

Cats In Space will perform in Bristol next month.

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A band packed with big riffs – and big hair – will take to the stage in Bristol this month.

Cats In Space are a six-piece rock band formed in West Sussex two years ago.

Following the recent release of the band’s second album, Scarecrow, the group will perform for fans at The Fleece at 7.30pm on September 17.

The gig is part of a national tour which is taking them to venues across the UK including Cardiff, Glasgow and London.

Cats In Space also performed at the British Summer Time concert in London in June.

Packed full of energetic riffs and memorable melodies, the shows prove a hit everywhere they go.

As well as new material, the gig at The Fleece will feature favourites from the band’s debut album Too Many Gods.

Tickets, priced £16, are available online.

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