Lunar Ruby Lounge Manchester

This Saturday Lunar bring their astutely well crafted firecracker indie rock melodies along with three special guests, The Hotspur Press, King Kartel and Ryan Jarvis, to one of Manchester’s foremost live music venues The Ruby Lounge.

Despite being relatively new to the live scene Luner don’t have to justifying their headline spot at The Ruby Lounge, their successful sell out shows at Sound Control, Academy 3 as well as a number of festival spots this year have all been consistently enthusiastically and energetically well received from each audience they’ve performed to.

Lunars approachable attitude and natural charisma on stage is only out shone by their skilful ability to make youthful rock anthems that are blended with spirited frantic indie rock and lyrics that somersault between shrewdly critical and reassuringly ingenuous.

Lunar will be satisfyingly supported by three special guests; Manchester’s sweetly dark edged indie rock four piece The Hotspur Press who provide that kind of melodic guitar riff and appealing lead vocal that along with a moody bass and the dynamic rhythm demands your attention.

King Kartel are well known for delivering incendiary live performances of some impressive indie rock expertly blended with a delightfully energetic and wittily self-assured pop flavour. As well as plenty to get you moving the line-up includes the impressive and charming singer songwriter Ryan Jarvis whose soulful voice delivers his indie serenades and thoughtful observations with evocative romanticism and endearing honesty.

Lunar with The Hotspur Press, King Kartel & Ryan Jarvis ~ this Saturday 19th September 2016 at The Ruby Lounge, High Street Manchester doors open at 7pm. Tickets are on sale now (click here for online ticket link).


To keep up to date with all Lunar’s news link their Facebook page. Lunar are also on SoundCloud and Twitter where they go by @UkLunar.

All words by Katie Clare. More writing by Katie on Louder Than War can be found at her author’s archive. She can also be found on Twitter where she uses @tokyo_katie.

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