British rock group Mallory Locks to wow crowds at O2 Academy Bristol

PUBLISHED: 10:00 13 January 2017

Mallory Knox.

Mallory Knox.

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One of Britain’s hottest rock groups Mallory Knox will be performing in Bristol later this year.

Mallory Knox have firmly established themselves as pillars of the British rock movement in the past five years.

The five-piece alternative rock group from Cambridge released their debut album, Signals, in 2013 and have risen to success ever since.

The band’s music is a mixture of alternative rock, hard rock, punk rock and indie music, coming together to make for an energetic sound.

Mallory Knox are due to release their third album, Wired, this year and will be performing a nationwide tour – with a stop at Bristol’s O2 Academy.

The band are no stranger to performing live, having completed several tours around the world and having performed packet sets at festivals including Download and Reading and Leeds.

Mallory Knox will be at Bristol’s O2 Academy in Frogmore Street on March 20. Doors will open at 7pm. Tickets, priced £18.56, are available on 01179 279227 or via www.academymusicgroup.com/o2academybristol

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