Buckingham band Casual Panic are excited to be playing a big local gig at 13 High Street on Friday, May 3.
The indie band comprises singer Zach Campbell, guitarist Archie Keir, bassist Stephen Ettery and drummer Charlie Glover-Wright.
The show will be free entry.
Mr Glover-Wright said: “This should be an awesome gig. Music lovers are urged only to attend if they want their lives changed in a way they didn’t know possible.
“We will give punters a cacophony of love-fuelled reverb extravaganza.”
The band, which has been playing on the local circuit over the last two years, has acquired a loyal following.
Initially starting with a few covers, the band has since developed a back catalogue of original music.
The show takes place in 13a, the dance hall next door to 13 High Street. This is the band’s second show at the venue, after opening for the Duke Of Marmalade there in 2011.
Support comes from Teachers, a shoegaze punk four-piece from Brackley and Milton Keynes, whose two-track EP is on their website teachers1.bandcamp.com.
Casual Panic will be performing other shows around Buckingham this summer.
See www.facebook.com/casualpanic or soundcloud.com/casualpanicofficial.