And-So-I-Watch-You-From-Afar-Fringe

The Fringe at Tramlines: Sheffield City Hall (Ballroom)

SATURDAY 20 JULY
15:00 – TRIGGER THUMB
Bradford based, three piece noise generator.

16:00 – BODY HOUND
Body Hound’s sound is characterised by the changing time signatures and polyrhythms associated with math rock. Their progressive tendencies have lead to comparisons being drawn with King Crimson, Rush or Steve Howe.

17:00 – BOSS KELOID
Boss Keloid formed in 2010. Their latest album ‘Melted On The Inch’ was released on Holy Roar Records in 2018 to worldwide acclaim. It has been described as a “huge, complex behemoth with a surprising uplifting feel” by Terrorizer Magazine.

18:00 A. A. WILLIAMS
London-based solo artist A.A. Williams’ music is a journey through haunting, deep places that are both dark and intriguingly beautiful. Fans of Emma Ruth Rundle, Wovenhand and Chelsea Wolfe will have much to delve into here.

19:00 – SVALBARD
Svalbard are an English hard core punk band from Bristol, formed in 2011. Their style integrates disparate influences, including post-rock and black metal.

20:00 MONO
The Tokyo, Japan based 4-piece instrumental rock band MONO have a unique approach of combining moving orchestral arrangements and shoegaze guitar noise.

21:30 – AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM AFAR
And So I Watch You from Afar is a Northern Irish instrumental rock band from Belfast, composed of guitarists Rory Friers and Niall Kennedy, bassist Johnny Adger and drummer Chris Wee.




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