SAILOR JERRY & NIGHT & DAY CAFE PRESENT JERRY LOVES…
Night and Day Cafe alongside Sailor Jerry bring you a monthly showcase of bands we love to bits. What’s more, everyone coming to the show gets a free Sailor Jerry and mixer courtesy of the fine folks at Sailor Jerry.
The gear are a four piece rock band from liverpool that draw inspiration from blues, psychedelia, prog and grunge. This eclectic mix of musical genres gives them a unique sound reminiscent of the glory days of Rock n Roll.
Founded in 1996 PERCY sit amongst the same fertile allotments that sprouted post punk musical legends like The Fall, Gang of Four and PiL. Left-field and lyrical but spooning up a punchy, looping riff that is guaranteed to keep your feet tapping and your head nodding. Originally featuring one of the Housemartins (til 2004) the Happy Hour legacy remains to this day with upbeat energy and a wry twist of fun.
“Percy deliver a twisted but humorous tale of small town humanity in punky rasping Yorkshire tones. Discordant nasty and great fun – your can really hear the venom!” Vic Galloway
” A toe tapping jaw dropper: Life in a northern town on viciously beaten guitars. Think Half Man Half Biscuit meets the Housemartins…” Steve Lamacq
Lunar Sounds is Leeds’ grooviest independent girlband, conjuring up fierce indie/alt rock with a DIY attitude. Formed in early 2018, the three piece combine group vocals with pounding drums and clashing guitars to create a supercharged sound.
Carpet are a 4-piece from Congleton, Cheshire. Their sound draws on the classic indie of guitar-based bands such as The Cure, R.E.M, Teenage Fanclub and The Pixies, and their songwriting on the melodicism and musicality of the likes of Alex Turner, Radiohead and The Smiths. Led onstage by frontman Ewan, and propelled by the power of the mighty telecaster, their performance shows a surprising level of confidence for a band at such an early stage.