Recommended Gig: White Boy – The Soup Kitchen, Manchester Saturday 21st May

White Boy The Soup Kitchen

Manchester’s White Boy brightened up the second half of 2015 with the release of their debut album Glitoris as well as a host of memorable live sold out shows including an appearance at the Isle Of Wight Festival. May see’s the band back on the road and releasing their third single Ripped Knickers.

Saturday May 21st see White Boy at The Soup Kitchen in Manchester’s Northern Quarter expect nothing less than some vast, intensive and magical glammed-up rock, meticulousness executed – this is a band that genuinely thrill.

White Boy will be supported by the exciting No Hot Ashes who’ll be providing their distinctive exhilarating funk vibe to the night. The band have a busy summer taking their riotous live performance around some of the countries most-loved festivals.

Opening proceedings Manchester trio Types make their live debut their recently released EP amalgamates facets of shimmery indie rock and anthemic post punk rock to create joyous bursts of movement inducing turbulence; expectation for what they deliver live is high.

Tickets are available from  The Soup Kitchen and are available now from Ticketline


White Boy will also be performing at: Cafe Indie, Scunthorpe Saturday 4th June and Blackthorn Festival, Stockport Saturday 23rd July. Further details and ticket links can be found on the official website and Facebook page and White Boy also tweets as @x_white_boy_x.

No Hot Ashes will be appearing at Shrewsbury Festival, Blackthorn Festival, Tramlines, Down To The Woods Festival and Bingley Music Live this year for further information, ticket link and other live dates head to their Facebook page, they also tweet as @_NoHotAshes.

More Types details can be found on their Facebook, official website and Twitter where they tweet as @ttyyppeess.

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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