Having honed their craft in Liverpool, Black Pulp are set to play a homecoming show in Warrington, this Saturday alongside Priestley, Pacific & The Jjohns at Friars Court.
Two members of the alternative group – Matt Bayliss and Sam Holt – grew up together at St Gregory’s RC High School, but they have never brought their band to the town until now.
Momentum has been building for Black Pulp since they released their single, Cry Again, which has already been listened to over 5000 times since its release on Spotify. The quartet recorded it at Sugar House, based at St Helens’ Catalyst Studios, where Viola Beach made Swings and Waterslides. They have also been championed by BBC Introducing.
Read more about Black Pulp in their Weekend interview on the Warrington Guardian website by clicking here.
Black Pulps perform with Priestley, Pacific and The Jjohns at Friars Live on Saturday. Tickets are £3. Visit skiddle.com for tickets.
Photography by Lee Harman. Many thanks to The Institution (Palmyra Square S) for permission to photograph on premises.