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Indie band Foxglove set for Castle Hotel show

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By Andrew Deyes

Four piece band Foxglove are embarking on their biggest gig to date on the 20th April at the Castle Hotel in Manchester.

Foxglove are a up and coming four piece indie band, formed in mid 2016 and have invaded the music scene with their indie sound with hints of pop and colourful dance melodies mixed in. Based in Manchester, the band are set to create a buzz on the local scene and beyond as they prepare to light up the the Northern Quarter along with HABITATS and Kidsmoke who are both also playing at the event.

The event is organised by Scruff of the Neck who are described as a collective “making waves we shouldn’t ignore”, promoting bands and delivering on exciting new sounds from around the world.

With Foxglove’s new single due out Friday 14th April, this year is set to take them to the next level as they continue their upward climb through the music industry.

Get a preview of their single at: https://www.facebook.com/BandFoxglove/

Tickets can be bought at: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Manchester/The-Castle-Hotel/HABITATS–Cosmo-Calling–Foxglove/12923336/


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