Preview: Keyside / The Stamp / Blether

Keyside will headline the show at Voodoo Daddy's
Keyside will headline the show at Voodoo Daddy's

by Adam Aiken

Keyside, who have been creating a buzz and selling out venues in their native Liverpool, will be at the top of a three-act bill in Norwich later this month.

The young band recently released Paris To Marseille, their second single, and have picked up the Shiiine On single-of-the-week title.

They’ll be supported at Voodoo Daddy’s on Saturday, May 27, by fellow Merseysiders The Stamp, who have something more of a history behind them.

Having been hotly tipped first time round, they have recently reformed with a new line-up alongside frontman Connah Abraham.

The evening will be completed by Blether, who are travelling even further for their first show in England.

Making waves north of the border, they draw on influences ranging from Cream and Led Zeppelin to Ocean Colour Scene and Oasis.

All proceeds from the show will go to Prostate Cancer UK.

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