NINE-piece ska, dubstep and roots act Gentleman’s Dub Club will play a gig at The Zephyr Lounge in Spencer Street, Leamington, as part of their UK tour this month.
The group’s popularity was shown earlier this year when they released the Open your Eyes EP which reached number 1 in the iTunes reggae chart and has yet to leave the top 20.
They were also invited by the Sun newspaper to perfrom exclusive tracks from the EP for its Biz Sessions online, being the sites sixth most session of this year.
Gentleman’s Dub Club have toured with the likes of Madness, Roots Manuva, The Streets, The Wailers and Finlay Quaye.
The guys have been getting plenty of love from the festival circuit, having played numerous events throughout the UK including Latitude, Glastonbury, Bestival, V, Secret Garden Party and the biggest bass-music festival in the world – Outlook in Croatia.
Percussion and synth player Niall Lavelle said: “As much as we like playing the big festival stages, our roots are in the club.
“It’s hard to beat connection you get with the audience from some of these places.
“It’s been too long since the High Grade tour so I can’t wait to get out there and test the new material, alongside some of the classics.”
The gig takes place on Friday November 16.
Tickets cost £11 and the doors open at 7pm.
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