‘Hottest Blackpool band since The Cure’

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It’s a double header of live music action at The Blue Room on Saturday night.

It’s a double header of live music action at The Blue Room on Saturday night.

Kicking off the evening there’s a live set from The Senton Bombs, with support from their Danish buddies Kjurious and 
King Cobra.

The Senton Bombs are a punk rock & roll band from Blackpool in the UK and are signed to STP. They are well known for their high octane live shows, explosive recordings and distinct rock sound.

Formed in 2004 as The Terrorists, the band released four Demos between 2005 and 2009. In 2010 they released their first full studio album entitled Sweet Chin Music, followed by their acclaimed second album Gambit in 2012, containing 11 more original offerings.

They have appeared on a number of festivals and supported a number of well known punk acts.

Following will be a top notch covers set from Oasis tribute act Mad4It.

So, if you’re ready to Roll with It, check out a real Rock and Roll star in action or just chill to a bit of Wonderwall, the night shouldn’t disappoint.

Support comes from Blackpool boys The Dots - an upcoming band, doing mainly covers, taking inspiration from The Fratellis, The Cribs, The Libertines and The Courteeners 
among others.

The Senton Bombs will start around 8pm with the Mad4it performance planned for around 9pm.

Entry is £2 before 10, £3 after.

If that’s not enough live music for you why not check out The Atmospherics in action tomorrow night at Molloys in Talbot Road.

Described in some circles as “The hottest band to come out of Blackpool since The Cure” (a rather tenuous link) this upcoming Indie Rock/Brit Pop have already got themselves on the bill with such groups as The Cribs, Kids In Glass Houses, Colt 45 and Wiley.

The action starts at 9pm.