Notification Settings

Subscribe to one or all notification sources from this one place.

Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter to get the day's top stories sent directly to you.

Black Country band The Assist in Wolverhampton gig

An up-and-coming Black Country band will launch their latest single with a show in Wolverhampton at the weekend.

Black Country band The Assist in Wolverhampton gig

The Assist, who hail from Walsall and will release their new single Wonderful on March 15, will mark the occasion with a show at The Grain Store three days later on March 18.

The song was given its first airing earlier this month on Radio X by DJ Gordon Smart and follows on from their last release Tell Her How You Feel.

Lead singer Mikey Stanton, whose 21st birthday coincides with the show, said the band were excited to be playing the gig.

He said: "We are buzzing to be playing The Grain Store.

"We feel Wonderful is our strongest single yet so what better way to get it out there than a Wolverhampton gig.

"It has been a few months since we played Wolves so I am sure it is going to be a mad one."

For ticket information, visit facebook.com/TheAs sistBand

Most Read

Most Read

Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article.

Top Stories

More from the Express & Star

UK & International News