Wolverhampton's The Clocktower to support Stiff Little Fingers

By Rebecca Stanley | Wolverhampton | Music | Published:

Wolverhampton band The Clocktower will support Stiff Little Fingers for their show at KKs Steel Mill.

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The rock'n'roll band formed in 2009 and have released singles such as Skip It Up Fandango and Kiss Ya Glass. The trio released their debut album, The Days of Rosey Row, in 2012.

Following a short hiatus, The Clocktower marked their return with a hometown show at The Hummingbird.

They will join Eddie and The Hot Rods in support of Irish punk stars Stiff Little Fingers at KKs Steel Mill on August 20.

The Belfast band formed in 1977 in the midst of The Troubles.

They are best known for singles such as Barbed Wire Love, Johnny Was, Tin Soldier, Gotta Gettaway, Nobody's Hero, Suspect Device and Alternative Ulster.

Since their formation, the group has put out a total of 10 studio albums throughout their career, the most recent of which, No Going Back, came out in 2014.

The album was the band's first UK chart success since 1983's All The Best and became their first number one record on the BBC Rock Album Chart.

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Rebecca Stanley

By Rebecca Stanley

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