Indie band head off on UK tour

PUBLISHED: 13:00 09 February 2017

She Drew The Gun.

She Drew The Gun.


Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent winners will take off on a tour of the UK following the release of their debut album.

Indie band She Drew The Gun rose to fame last year after their lively set drew the biggest morning crowd at the Glastonbury Festival.

This tour will be the biggest one to date for the four Liverpudlians, promoting their album Memories Of The Future.

Not only does the album feature original songs such as Sing and You but it also includes the band’s cover of 1960s folk singer Malvina Reynolds’ song No Hole In My Head.

The band is made up of singer-songwriter frontwoman Louisa Roach, bassist Jack Turner, drummer Siân Monaghan and keyboardist Jenni Kickhefer.

She Drew The Gun will be at The Exchange, in St Nicholas Market, Bristol, at 7.30pm on March 29.

Tickets, priced £8, are now available online via

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