THERE will be plenty of live music when an American act headlines a band night at a Daventry pub.
The free event will take place at The Peppermill at Westerburg Square on Saturday between 6pm and 10.30pm.
Coming all the way from Jacksonville, Florida in the USA is the We Still Dream who will be supported by three other bands such as This Sudden Injury, The Steel Kings and One More Year.
The band night marks the end of a UK tour for We Still Dream who perform catchy pop-punk songs and put a lot of energy into their live performances.
They have just released their full-length album Chapters which has been receiving rave reviews in the States and lead singer Dustin Monk has been compared to Fall Out Boy.
There will be more catchy pop-punk but this time it is designed to be a little more beautiful as Suffolk-based five-piece act This Sudden Injury perform.
The band is about to enter a studio to write and record some new material and it may well be the last chance for a while that the band can be seen live.
A slice of indie rock comes to The Peppermill as the three-piece The Steel Kings also perform on the night.
The band’s guitarist and singer Daniel McKenna is playing in his home town supported by bass player George Ellis and drummer Oli Bull.
The final band of the night is the Northampton pop-punk foursome called One More Year.
They are made up of Will Cooper, Will Reading, Max Freeston and Josh Miller and are about to release a new single.
The band night on Saturday has been organised by Bring The Noise, a team made up of young people currently organising band nights for 13 to 19-years-old held at The Phoenix Youth Centre in Ashby Road, Daventry.
Saturday’s band night marks the first time that the team has organised a music night designed for adults.
They will also be looking to put on events across the Daventry district in the future.