Bristol noise rockers Spectres will play the Soup Kitchen, Manchester on Thursday November 19th.Tickets cost £7 and can be bought here

Leeds post-punk provocateurs Post War Glamour Girls will play the support slot.

Spectres were formed in Barnstaple, North Devon about four years ago, but after a few months of playing to people who wanted white reggae rather than white noise, they decided to move to Bristol. “Forming in Barnstaple was integral to what we are today,” explains singer/guitarist Joe Hatt. “When people hated us we just played harder. We want to snap people out of their comfort zones. We want our noise to smack the spoon out of their mouths that is feeding them the warm diarrhoea that is served by start-up PR companies. We want people to have to notice and have to react, not look at their phones or talk their friend who is looking at their phone.”

Post War Glamour Girls have built up a reputation over the past year following the release of their acclaimed and outstanding album Pink Fur.

The four-piece are releasing their new record Feeling Strange later this year.

Watch the video to Spectres’ ‘Where Flies Sleep’ below

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