Alternative date for October 30, 2020. Tickets remain valid.
Three words, fifteen albums, forty years. A band that never belonged to the mainstream, but without which all post-punk music would be disproportionately poorer. A band whose fans formed The Family in four decades. A band that was described by enthusiastic critics in the mid-1980s as “The Best Thing in English Rock Since The Clash.” A band that surprisingly records some of the best albums of its career.