Indie rockers The Kabeedies to rock Blackburn’s Live Lounge

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ELECTRIFYING indie rockers The Kabeedies are ready to make 2012 the year the world stands up and takes notice.

Their second album “Soap”, following on from 2009’s debut “Rumpus”, is released on Monday, January 23rd, with a UK tour hot on its heels.

This gentle jaunt around the country will see them stop off at Blackburn’s Live Lounge on Friday, January 27th.

Live is where it’s most definitely at for a band who saw near riots at Latitude and Hamburg’s Dockville festivals.

Made up of Evan Jones (guitar/vocals), Roary Hill (bass guitar/vocals), Katie Allard (vocals) and Francis “Fab” Bell (drums), The Kabeedies describe themselves as “a suspicious gathering of some boys and a girl” and throw out influences as varied as Blondie to Bombay Bicycle Club via Buddy Holly, Black Flag and Chuck Berry. See them to believe them.

Entry for the Live Lounge show is free.