Redditch band to play second city gig

By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 07 January 2013 Updated: 07/01 12:24

A REDDITCH band will be taking on the second city as they top the bill at a music gig.

Endorphins, who were formed in Camden in 2011, have been chosen to headline an event at the O2 Academy in Birmingham on Thursday (January 10).

Guitarist and vocalist Jay Dyer, who plays alongside bass guitarist Jacob Madden and drummer Ben Brannelly in the band, said: "Fans can look forward to five acts spreading across the genres of rock music, leading up to our headline performance at the end.

"We have put time in to refining our performances and making them much more energetic so that fans are thoroughly entertained throughout the show.

"We play deeply grunge-inspired alternative rock music with influences including Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. However, we give this sound a fresh twist to help give the music a new tangent to run down by adding punk foundations to a far greater extent than past bands."

He added Endorphins had been getting fantastic responses from crowds at recent gigs and were looking forward to showing off their passion for music in a great venue.

Tickets costing £5 for the 6.30pm gig are available from the venue's website or from the band on Facebook. Visit www.facebook.com/officialendorphins for more information.

Popular »

1 Council seizes derelict properties

2 Go meat free for St George

3 Sheep stolen from Alvechurch

4 Serious sexual assault at lake

5 Police warn parents over free for all

More news »

Thieves steal jewellery from Hollywood home

A CAR was dumped after thieves stole the

New health telephone service to go live

A NEW health advice telephone service is set

Urgent appeal for donors as norovirus hits blood stocks

THE RISING number of cases of norovirus have

Fare rises another blow to train users

LONG-SUFFERING train users commuting from Redditch to Birmingham

Regional news »


Bromsgrove Standard
'Traffic proposals for Whitford Road plan not good enough,' claims ...

THE WARD councillor responsible for Bromsgrove's Whitford Road has warned ...

Stratford Observer
Shakespeare - England ultimate claim to fame

SHAKESPEARE is England's ultimate claim to fame. The Bard won ...

Evesham Observer
Egg-citing events at the Riverside

EVESHAM's Riverside Shopping Centre went Easter mad last week as ...