Holy Moly & The Crackers
Category: Arts, Culture
Start Date: 02/03/2019 19:30
End Date: 02/03/2019 22:00
Location: The Exchange Sturminster Newton, Old Market Hill, Sturminster Newton
Booking Essential: Yes
Description: With an amazing 2018 behind them, 2019 brings folk/rock Holy Moly & The Crackers back out onto the stage with a brand new album in Spring and an army of growing fans. Come along for the ride - the craziness party in town always has room for one more. Influenced by an eclectic range of music, HMATC play an exciting and visceral blend of rock, pop, folk, blues, Balkan, klezmer, ska and reggae. In the perfect collision of rowdy tunes, pumping danceability and compelling storytelling, this wrangling folk group present a medley of original songs and old time drinking tunes, both hilarious and thrilling, and sure to entertain!
HMATC released their album 'Salem' in July 2017, receiving acclaimed reviews and radio play from several stations. The band have toured the UK twice, selling out venues across the country and appearing at festivals including Glastonbury, Boomtown Fair, Bestival and Beautiful Days. 'Salem's' lead single, the barnstorming indie-rock anthem 'Cold Comfort Lane',...
Adult £10.00 per ticket
Child £7.00 per ticket
Family £28.00 per ticket
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