• The Mannerly Hoods, Anto & The Echoes, Our Native Devils + more

  • Thu, 06-06-2019 at 21:00
  • The Belfast Empire
    42 Botanic Avenue
    BT7 1JQ Belfast
The Mannerly Hoods, Anto & The Echoes, Our Native Devils + more - The Belfast Empire - Belfast

Gifted with:The Mannerly HoodsAnto And The EchoesOur Native DevilsSad TomorrowThursday 6th JuneThe Belfast EmpireDoors 9pm / Only £3 entry on doorDrink offer on night----------------------------------------------------------The Mannerly HoodsA two member outfit consisting of Ryan Bennett and David McMaster. Based in Belfast these two boys have been writing together for the guts of 10 years with popular indie band ‘The Late Twos’.Half way through 2017 they decided to write some homegrown alternative indie tracks to unleash on the world themselves. The guitars are loud, the bass is shaking and the drums are driven, glue that together with uncomprimising lyrics and an urge to say “please” and “thank you” we give you… The Mannerly Hoods.Anto And The EchoesAnto & the Echoes are a 6-piece pop/rock group from Fermanagh, based in Belfast. The band draws influence from legends as diverse as: Queen, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, and more recent acts such as Lake Street Dive and Florence & The Machine, to deliver a energetic modern rock sound, underlined by a pop sensibility.Front-man, and principle song-writer/composer, Anto Breen was raised on Ireland’s underground punk circuit which results in an interesting parallel in the bands compositions whilst also simultaneously producing an on-stage furore sure to get you in the mood to dance like no one is watching.The band began gigging in the summer of ’16 and are now embarking on their first tour in support of their debut E.P. ‘Youth’ which was released at the start of January and recorded in Smalltown America Studios with Caolan AustinOur Native DevilsFolky beys consisting of Kris Telford(Ten Galoon Hat), Declan Doherty (Previously of Jackson Cage) and Andy Campey (Former Member of the White Mansions.Sad TomorrowSad Tomorrow are a four piece indie rock band from the north coast. We write tunes cause its what we love doing and if they can bring a bit of joy to anyone then we’ll be absolutely blown away.