Following an unsurprisingly raucous evening in which Dananananaykroyd showed Birmingham just how to do it at the first Xbox Reverb show in September, we’re pleased to announce that the second of these unique series of gigs we’re co-promoting will take place at Eiger Studios in Leeds on November5th.

In case you missed the first one (shame on you!), Xbox Reverb is a series of free nationwide gigs brought to you by Xbox, featuring and curated by bands and their fans. The second gig is being headlined by local heroes Pulled Apart By Horses and their inimitably brilliant brand of fitful punk metal, more than able support arrives in the shape of charming indie rockers and fellow Leeds types Sky Larkin playing live, whilst the DJing skills not only of the best label in town, Dance to the Radio, but also of general champion of all new music worth listening to, Huw Stephens, will be on hand in between.

So, it could only really be better if it were free, right?  Which it is!  All you have to do is sign up for tickets, make sure you’re quick though as numbers are limited!  Here’s a bit of extra info given to you by Pulled Apart By Horses themselves in this little video the Xbox and Rockfeedback team have put together:

As if one needed further convincing of the fun to be had at an Xbox Reverb show, we’ve also the following film documenting what went on at the Birmingham gig, in which Dananananaykroyd, Copy Haho and Findo Gask slayed the Midlands in a way that looked and sounded exactly like this:

Given that the next one’s on bonfire night, it’s only right that we crank things up a notch for the next one, agreed? 

Sign up for free here, and we’ll see you there!

FREE XBOX REVERB SHOW - PULLED APART BY HORSES & SKY LARKIN

05 Nov 2009

PULLED APART BY HORSES / SKY LARKIN / DJS HUW STEPHENS / DANCE TO THE RADIO

Eiger Studios


Leeds

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