Yorkshire indie band The Cribs to play the Cambridge Junction
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Indie band The Cribs will showcase material from their latest studio album 24-7 Rock Star Shit when they perform at the Cambridge Junction.
From the unlikely beginning of a toilet paper factory in Wakefield to touring the world and notching up three top-10 albums in the UK, The Cribs are masters of addictive, wiry indie pop suss.
Since 2002 the Yorkshire men have produced passionate anti-hipster anthems including ‘Men’s Needs’, ‘Mirror Kissers’ and ‘Hey Scenesters!’.
Support comes from Yonaka and Paws.
The gig takes place in J1 of the venue on Wednesday January 10. Doors open at 7pm.
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Tickets, £22.50, via www.junction.co.uk/the-cribs
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