1. avatar anthony@thestiffkitten
    THE STIFF KITTEN PRESENTS:

    [size=24:150ee6c47d][b:150ee6c47d]FUTURE OF THE LEFT[/b:150ee6c47d][/size:150ee6c47d]
    [size=18:150ee6c47d]+ BLACK DOOR SALOON
    & LAFARO[/size:150ee6c47d]

    [size=24:150ee6c47d]THE STIFF KITTEN
    WEDNESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER[/size:150ee6c47d]
    [size=18:150ee6c47d]£7/9PM[/size:150ee6c47d]

    TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM THE STIFF KITTEN BAR, ZAVVI (FORMERLY
    VIRGIN) AND ONLINE FROM WWW.THESTIFFKITTEN.COM AND TICKETMASTER OUTLETS.

    Having slayed festival audiences across Europe this summer, including last month’s [b:150ee6c47d]Reading/Leeds festival[/b:150ee6c47d], Future Of The Left embark on a [b:150ee6c47d]UK headline tour [/b:150ee6c47d]this November, bringing them to [b:150ee6c47d]The Stiff Kitten [/b:150ee6c47d]on [b:150ee6c47d]12th November[/b:150ee6c47d].

    Future Of The Left shouldn't really need much introduction. Effectively an Indie Super-group, omprising Andy Falkous & Jack Egglestone (ex [b:150ee6c47d]Mclusky[/b:150ee6c47d]) along with Kelson Mathias of [b:150ee6c47d]Jarcrew[/b:150ee6c47d], they have a reputation for making powerful and exciting music. Their debut LP, Curses, is reputed to be one of the best of last year - It received a much deserved [b:150ee6c47d]9/10 [/b:150ee6c47d]in [b:150ee6c47d]NME[/b:150ee6c47d], and it was nominated for Drowned in Sounds very own Pluto Prize.

    Not to mention that they're also a ferocious live band, carrying the torch championed by McLusky: searing vocal lines, spitting witty lyrics, with pounding riffs and beats - prepare to be totally and utterly rocked.

    [i:150ee6c47d]"In the same way Klaxons skewed the possibilities of pop, FOTL are attempting to do the same for rock." – NME[/i:150ee6c47d]

    For more information contact Joe Dougan, joe@shine.net