XSLF will be taking to the stage of Billingham’s Cowpen Club on Friday 17th November for what promises to be an energetic evening of live music.
Belfast punk rock band, Stiff Little Fingers, crashed onto the music scene in the 1970s, in which time they released four albums before going their separate ways. Years later in 2013, former band members Henry Cluney and Jim Reilly, along with bassist Ave Tsarion, joined forces to form XSLF.
The band is set to play an array of Stiff Little Fingers material from the first three albums, in which Cluney and Reilly were both involved in producing. Tracks that fans can expect to hear include ‘Barbed Wire Love’, ‘Nobody’s Hero’, ‘At the Edge’, ‘Alternative Ulster’ and more. XSLF will also be performing music from their ever-growing catalogue of originals, a combination which is sure to make for an energetic, punk-fuelled evening.
Revellers can expect great things as the band will be bringing along three support acts to help warm the crowd up for their hugely anticipated set. The line-up will include Teesside-based punk rockers Snide Remarks, Newcastle’s LoGOz and Leeds four-piece, Guttersluts – all of whom have built themselves a respectable reputation throughout the North East and are mutually influenced by the likes of Sex Pistols and The Ramones.
Bassist Ave Tsarion said, “Both on the road and in the studio, we share that Belfast affinity that makes XSLF what it is – real, raw and rockin’. Personally, I love blasting out tunes to such enthusiastic rockers who appreciate music as much as we do”.
XSLF will play Billingham’s Cowpen Club on Friday 17th November. Advance tickets, priced at £10.00, are available from wegottickets.com. Tickets OTD are priced at £12.00.