NEWS: Punk pioneers SLF set to Rock Warrington Parr Hall

Punk Rock pioneers Stiff Little Fingers are bringing their own peerless sound to Warrington’s Parr Hall on Saturday, October 7th.

After many studio albums including the debut Inflammable Material  and Nobody’s Heroes and countless tours, the band are finding themselves more in demand than ever and are currently working on a new album with many of the songs being debuted at live gigs, to a tremendous response from the fans.

Stiff Little Fingers were formed in 1977 in Belfast and, along with the likes of The Clash, Sex Pistols, The Jam, Buzzcocks, The Undertones, Sham 69 and The Stranglers, were at the forefront of the punk movement. With songs such as At The Edge and Straw Dogs, the band blazed their own trail and have become one of the genres most enduring and beloved live bands.

SLF’s signature style comprises lyrics that meld the personal and political; music that combines the energy of punk with infectious hooks, and delivery that rings of honesty and commitment.

Their live shows continue to be special events of energy and power and, though now focused on their new material, the band continues to play the old favourites at gigs.

For a night that’s guaranteed to be as memorable as it will be energised, Stiff Little Fingers at Warrington Parr Hall is a gig not to be missed.

Tickets for the performance at Parr Hall on Saturday 7 October 2017 are on sale now. 01925 442345