Scruff of the Neck presents:
Saytr Play + Special guests
Entry Requirements: 14+
Scruff of the Neck presents
“It’s impossible to bottle lightening, Saytr Play come pretty bloody close” – Louder Than War
Manchester Indie Pop outfit Saytr Play are back with their energetic new single ‘Bang Average’, This follows the release of ‘Fragile’, their catchy dance inspired hit with a strong message about mental health.
Listen to Bang Average here: https://spoti.fi/2AtuUtO
'From the initial riff the song has you hitched…. singer Jake’s unique and distinctive voice coupled with a chorus impossible to not sing along to, The Zangwills have smashed it’ - Popped Music
The Northern Threads
Headlining for success
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ADVANCE TICKETS: £8
AGE POLICY: 14+
ADDRESS: Gorilla, 54-56 Whitworth Street, Manchester, M1 5WW
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Saytr(Say-Ter) Play first started out as an acoustic duo with founding members Fred Farrell (Vocalist) and Jamie Vere (Lead Guitar). Paul Kershaw (Drummer) and Daniel Crowther (Bassist) joined during their second year of university.
The band takes influence from a variety of styles; classic rock, folk, funk and modern indie music. Frequently being compared to bands such as The Kooks, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Vampire Weekend. The band's sound has developed over the years and more often than not their songs take from a variety of different styles of music.
The band has had success supporting bands such as The Hoosiers, The Sunshine Underground, Little Comets and Dan Croll.
“The best thing to leave Preston since Freddie Flintoff!” – Emerging North, 2017
“Vocally, I hear Catfish, but instrumentally I hear something that I’ve not actually come across before. It’s the coolest kind of indie.” – Indie Central Music, 2017