The Night Café to play at Thekla in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 21:00 15 August 2018

The Night Caf�

The Night Caf�


A teenage indie band will perform in Bristol next month.

The Night Café will be at Thekla in The Grove on September 24.

The Liverpool-based band have named a Bristol date as part of their biggest UK tour yet.

Last month the four-piece launched their second EP, Bunkbed, featuring typically infectious guitar and melodic vocals on songs including Turn, Forget It All and Felicity.

They have previously supported the likes of Blaenavon while they performed alongside The Wombats at a sold-out O2 Academy in Bristol earlier this year.

The band released their debut song, Growing Up, on SoundCloud in 2015 which soon racked up more than 410,000 listens.

Doors will open to the concert at 7.30pm on September 24.

Tickets, priced £11, are available online.

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